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Full text of "Third Annual Report: with List of Contributors and Donations to April 1st 1900"

National Farm School, 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



THIRD ANNUAL REPORT 

WITH 

LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS AND DONATIONS 

TO 

APRIL ist, 1900. 




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Faculty of 1900. 



ERNEST E. FAVILLE, M. S. A., Dean, 

Professor of Agriculture and Horticulture. 

RAYMOND B. ECKLES, B. S. A., 

Assistant Professor of Agriculture, Superintendent of 
Farm. 

CHARLES C. JACKSON, B. Sc, 

Professor of History and Mathematics. 

WILLIS T. POPE, 

Assistant Professor of Horticulture, Superintendent 
of the Grounds. 

W. G. BENNER, V. S., 

Professor of Veterinary Science and Farm Hygiene. 

FRANK SWARTZLANDER, Jr., M. D., 
Professor of Physiology. 



STUDENTS. 



NAME. 


Residence. 


Occupation at Time 
of Admission. 


Becker, Raymond Ci,yde 


Pine Bluff, Ark., 


Attended School. 


Benjamin, Benjamin . . . 


Philadelphia, Pa., 


Employed in 
Printing Office. 


BURD, I/OUIS 


do. 


Employed in 
Cloak Factory. 


BoRoviK, George S 


Chicago, 111., 


Clerk in Mercan- 
tile Agency. 


Goldman, Joseph 


do. 


Cigar Maker. 


Hei,i.ER, Chari^es Solomon 


Philadelphia, Pa., 


Employed in 
Stationery Store. 


HiRSCHowiTz, Louis .... 


do. 


Employed in 
a Cloak House. 


Ibaugh, George Wallace 


Wilmington, Del., 


Attended School. 


Kaufman, Isaac , . . 








Pine Bluff, Ark., 


do. 


Kerchersky, Frank 








New York, 


Employed in 
Comb Factory. 


Kolinsky, Samuel 








Philadelphia, Pa., 
do. 


Tailoring. 


Lebowitz, Morris 










Picture Frame 
Making. 


MiTzMAN, Morris . 










do. ' 


Stock Boy. 


Newman, Abraham 










do. 


Attended School. 


NoRDEN, Jacob A. . 










Chicago, 111., 


Employed in Store, 


PizER, Solomon . . 










New Orleans, La., 


Attended School. 


Rich, Harry . . . 










do. 


do. 


RiviTz, Hiram S. . 










Chicago, 111., 


Employed in 
Clothing Store. 


Schwartz, Lazarus 










Baltimore, Md., 


Attended School. 


SERLIN, WILLLA.M J. 










Cleveland, Ohio, 


do. 


Tennenbaum, Israel G. 


- 


Atlanta, Ga., 


Apprentice in 
Machine Shop. 


Weinberg, Harry . . . 


Philadelphia, Pa., 


Attended School. 


Weintraub, Morris . . 




Cincinnati, Ohio, 


do. 



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IDA M. BLOCK MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 




Zadok M. Eisner Chemical Laboratory. 



"V 



Annual Meeting. 



The third annual meeting of the National Farm School was 
held at the School at Doylestown, on Snnday, September 24th, 
T899, Adolph Eichholz, Esq., Chairman of the Executive Com- 
mittee, presiding. The reading of the minutes of the last annual 
meeting was dispensed with. Thereupon, the President, Rev. 
Dr. Krauskopf, read his annual report. At the conclusion of the 
reading of the President's report, the Executive Committee and 
Prof. E. E. Faville, Dean of the Institution, presented their 
reports. 

The Committee on Nominations then reported, and the fol- 
lowing officers were elected: President, Rev. Dr. Joseph Kraus- 
kopf; Vice-President, Ralph Blum; and the following Trustees, 
to serve for three years in place of those whose terms had ex- 
pired, Samuel D. Lit, Herman Jonas, Howard A. Eoeb and 
Adolph Grant. 

After the reading of letters from prominent persons regret- 
ting their inability to be present, the meeting adjourned. 

Harry C. Hochstadter, 

Secretary. 
Dedication of 
I.— THERESA LOEB MEMORIAL GREEN HOUSE. 
IL— ZADOK EISNER MEMORIAL LABORATORY, 
in. —IDA M. BLOCK MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 
IV.— LOUIS I. AARON DAIRY HOUSE, 
v.— NEW DAIRY BARN. 

After the adjournment of the annual meeting, the most in- 
teresting exercises of the day were begun, namely, the dedica- 
tion of Theresa Loeb Memorial Green House, Zadok Eisner 
Memorial Laboratory, Ida M. Block Memorial Chapel, Louis I. 
Aaron Dairy House, and the New Dairy Barn. These proceed- 
ings were presided over by Mr. Ralph Blum, Vice-President of 
the School; and, after the invocation by Rev. Mayer, of Pitts- 
burg, addresses were made by Hon. Samuel H. Ashbridge, 
Mayor of Philadelphia, Hon. Thomas J. Stewart, Adjutant Gen- 
eral of Pennsylvania, Dr. John V. Shoemaker, Surgeon General 
of the National Guard of Pennsylvania, A. Leo Weil, Esq., of 



Pittsburg, and Hon. Simon Wolf, of Washington, presenting the 
various buildings to the Farm School on behalf of the respective 
owners. The buildings were accepted, on behalf of the Institu- 
tion, by the Rev. Dr. Krauskopf 

At four o'clock in the afternoon the first services were held 
in the new chapel, the consecration sermon being delivered by 
Rev. Dr. Henry Berkowitz. 



President's Report. 



Members and Friends of the National Farm School : 

We are gathered for the third time in annual meeting to 
review a year's work, to ascertain whether the objects for which the National 
Farm School was organized have been faithfully kept in view, and whether the 
success achieved warrants continuance. 

Five years ago the National Farm School had no existence, nor were there 
any funds for its commencement. 

Four years ago these one hundred and twenty-two acres of choice agricul- 
tural land, with the farm buildings upon them — purchased at the cost of $10,000 
— became the property of the National Farm School, without one cent of in- 
debtedness upon it. 

Three years ago the erection'of the school building, to cost another Jj5io,ooo, 
was contracted for. 

Two years ago the school building, completed and furnished, and the en- 
tire plant fairly well equipped with the necessary implements and stock — en- 
tirely free from debt — entered upon the objects for which thej' were acquired, 
with ten lads, from different parts of the country, as pupils, under a small 
staff of instructors. The total amount that had been contributed to the school 
up to that time (not including donations of furniture, stock, implements, books, 
etc.) amounting to $22,347. 

One year ago we witnessed the addition of a greenhouse, a pumping 
station and a reservoir. The number of pupils had increased from ten to 
twenty. The staff of instructors had 'enlarged. An exhibition of products rep- 
resenting the first year's achievements of the pupils, gave evidence that con- 
siderable good work had been accomplished. All the financial obligations had 
been met. The assets were shown to be 131,436.72; the year's income had been 
$9,497.30; the year's disbursements $9,060, showing a balance in favor of the 
school of $437.30. The annual membership during the year had grown to 
twenty life members, thirty friends, seventy-eight patrons, 554 members and 
thirty-two contributors. 

To-day we witness another year's remarkable growth. In addition to the 
row of poultry houses, erected during the year, and considerable repairs and 
alterations made on a number of other buildings, five new buildings, erected 
during the year, will be consecrated to-day: 




AT WORK IN THE THERESA LOEB MEMORIAL GREENHOUSE. 




GRAFTING IN THE KRAUSKOPF MEMORIAL GREENHOUSE. 



9 

I. A Memorial Chapel, erected in metaory of Ida M. Block, of Kansas 
City, Mo., by her husband and family. 2. A Laboratory, erected in memory 
of Zadok Eisner, by his wife. 3. A Rose House, erected in memory of Theresa 
Loeb, of Ogontz, Pa., b}^ her family. 4. A Dairy, erected by Mr. and Mrs. 
Louis I. Aaron, of Pittsburg, Pa. 5. A Dairy Stable. 

The institution since our last meeting has passed at a considerable increase 
of expense into the care of a new dean, a recognized master of agricultural 
schools. Professor E. E. Faville, formerly at the head of the Horticultural De- 
partment of the State College of Kansas, and before that director of the School 
of Horticulture of Nova Scotia, and a pupil of the Hon. James Wilson, Secre- 
tary of Agriculture in President McKinley's Cabinet. The number of pupils 
has grown to tweuty-iive, and instruction is^ given by a competent faculty of 
four instructors and two assistants. Two more class rooms have been added to 
the school accommodations, and the comfort of the pupils has been greatly 
enhanced by the addition of another dormitory, and another washroom. The 
financial status for the year is as follows: 

Income (including value of donations) 113,383 82 

Expenditures 9, 153 14 

Net gain $ 4,230 68 

Which gain, however, has been expended upon improvements on the Farm. 

The membership likewise has increased to the following numbers: twenty- 
three life members, thirty-two friends, eighty-four patrons, 605 members and 
twenty-nine contributors. 

During the past year the reputation of the school has made remarkable 
gains. Experts, who have subjected it to careful examination have conferred 
upon it the highest testimonials. For genuineness of purpose and efficiency 
of work it has gained for itself the proud distinction of a Model Farm School. 
Not only its right of existence, but also its absolute necessity is being recog- 
nized. The public is learning to understand the difference between the National 
Farm School and State colleges. The latter, thej' perceive, have for their main 
object the providing, near home, a higher education, at considerably smaller 
expense, to such farmers' sons who cannot afford to attend the distant costly 
universities. The studies pursued in such State colleges are, for the most part, 
academic, scientific and commercial. The subject of agriculture, if included 
in the curriculum, has no greater prominence than is given to chemistry, 
botany and the like. Ambitious sons of farmers generally attend State colleges 
to get away from farming instead of being especially fitted for it. 

It is clear that there is not a State college in the land that does the work 
that is pursued at our Farm School. The latter school accepts city boys after 
their completion of the grammar school course, that is to say, four years earlier 
than admitted into the State colleges, and starts their training with the very 
first principles of agriculture. In the second place, tuition at the National 
Farm School is free to all, and also board and lodging to all such who have not 
the means to provide these for themselves, while in the State colleges tuition 
fees and board and lodging must be paid, thus enabling, as a rule, only the 
wealthier farmers to afford their children the advantages of a higher education. 
In the third place, at our Farm School, agriculture is taken up at once as a 
trade. All the other studies are subservient to the main study, which is prac- 
tical and scientific agriculture, followed out every school day upon the fields, 
in the green-houses, dairy, barn, laboratory, etc. The National Farm School 
is not a college — it is a Working School, an Agricultural Manual Training 
School in which the boys are practically made to earn their own living while 
pursuing their studies by means of their own handiwork. 



to 

The School is and has been a wonderful revelation of the deathlessness of 
the agricultural instinct within the Jewish people. The fear that had been en- 
tertained that the centuries of enforced commercial pursuits of our people had 
probably killed the Jew's one-time passionate love of agriculture, had not 
proven true. Pupils have come to us, of their own accord, for the most part 
from large cities, where their environments had been furthest possible removed 
from the seclusion and out-door occupation of agricultural life, and they have 
not only remained at the school, but have also acquired a liking for it that is 
most encouraging, and are pursuing their work with a love and zeal that can be 
truly appreciated only when witnessed during their week-day studies and labors. 

There is yet another point that I must briefly touch upon to-day, one that I 
deem of the utmost importance to our people, at the present time. This insti- 
tution has not only revealed the deathlessness of Israel's ancient love of agri- 
culture, it has also demonstrated, in the two short years of its existence, that 
the physical regeneration of vast numbers of our ^people lies in agriculture. 
Compulsory crowded city life and in-door pursuits have, in the course of the 
centuries, produced a gradual physical decline in the one-time unconquerable 
vitality of our people. The raids that consumption is making, especially 
among Russian Jewish immigrants in their congested city settlements and 
sweat-shops, is appalling. 

To-day, while upon these grounds, it is well for us to recognize that, 
praiseworthy as are the efforts for the care and comfort of the consumption- 
stricken, there is a higher duty — a preventive duty — which we owe to those 
still spared, yet seriously threatened. It is our most solemn duty to emanci- 
pate especially the Russian Jewish immigrants from the bondage of the sweat- 
shop. It is our most solemn duty to break up the congested settlements in the 
slums of the large cities, and scatter their population over the vast and fertile 
acres of our soil, where in return for healthier and more ennobling toil, they 
niay have an abundance of food, health and happiness. 

Superior physical vitality alone can check the general decline that is pain- 
fully manifesting itself in modern Israel, and such vitality alone can restore its 
one-time world-conquering mental and spiritual supremacy. And that needed 
vitality is obtainable only by means of agriculture. The changes it works are 
really marvelous. Boys who entered our school two years ago, punny and feeble, 
have within that short space of time developed into sturdy and powerful youths. 

It is most deplorable that so large a plant as this, so excellently equipped, 
so fortunately situated, so successful in its achievements, should be obliged to 
limit its advantages to but twenty-five boys. There ought to be ten times that 
number of boys here, and there could be, if our people were but more liberal 
in their support of this institution. That an institution that has so lofty an 
aim as this, that has accomplished, within the short time of its existence, as 
much as this, that extends its benefits especially to graduates of orphan 
asylums from all parts of the country, should have less than looo annual mem- 
bers, among the more than one million of Jews in the United States, is one of 
the saddest commentaries either on the indifference of our people to their own 
good, or on the inefficiency of your Board to arouse a wider and more liberal 
support. 

The institution has reached that critical state in its development that 
makes a more generous support of it absolutely imperative. The running ex- 
penses of the school are too large for but twenty-five pupils. A comparatively 
small increase of expense could educate and keep twice and three times that 
number of boys. But for a larger number of boys we would require a new 
dormitory, and larger funds for maintenance, both of which, however, are 
denied by our present income. 




A CLASS ROOM IN THE MAIN BUILDING. 




IN THE Zadok m. Eisner Memorial Chemical Laboratory. 



II 

Our hope of materially increasing our income hereafter by the sale of the 
products of our new dairy is also not very promising. While there would not 
be the slightest difficulty in disposing of our dairy products, we are not yet in 
possession of the necessary herd of superior breed of cows, and of all the 
necessary equipments for making a superior grade of butter. To acquire them 
would necessitate the additional outlay of 12500, which sum, not having the 
money, we would be obliged to borrow, to which, however, there is a strong 
objection in the Board, the institution having been kept free from mortgages 
to this da)\ 

The future growth of the institution must therefore depend on: 

1. Endowments, legacies and bequests. 

2. Generous donations. 

3. Large increase of memberships. 

Without the one or the other of these we cannot long continue without a 
mortgage, or without seriously [crippling the institution by thwarting its 
natural growth. I appeal to you, therefore, ladies and gentlemen, most earn- 
estly for such deliberation to-day, and more especially for such aid as may 
enable your Board to carry on the larger work that is now required by the legiti- 
mate development and natural demands of the institution. We believe that, 
if our past achievement has merited your approval, our present need is worthy 
of aniore generous response by you in the future. These fertile acres — capa- 
ble of choicest harvests, these dozen buildings — capable of pulsating from 
early morn till late at night with .the heart-beats of noblest agricultural life, 
dozens of capable and well-deserving boys — wasting away in life-sapping city 
pursuits, the future of thousands and tens of thousands of our race, await your 
answer. Faith in the excellence of the cause bids me to be of good cheer and 
good hope. You will give your answer, and your answer will be visible, possi- 
bly a year hence, in an' increased number of pupils, and in increased means 
for their keeping and training. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JOS. KRAUSKOPF, President. 



Report of the Executive Committee. 

Philadelphia, September 24, 1899. * 
To the Metnbers of the National Farm School : 

The Executive Committee of the Board of Directors submits 
the following report of the operations of the school since the last annual meet- 
ing and until the close of the books on September i, 1899 : 

RECEIPTS. 

Farm Products, % 633 68 

Tuition, 988 00 

Interests and Discounts, 19 32 

Dues, 5.027 50 

Donations,* 5,74i 75 

Life Memberships, 700 00 

M. M. Newman (refund), 10 00 

Greenhouse and Garden Products, 44 07 

Scholarship, 200 00 

Board, 19 50 

I13.383 82 



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Carried Forward, 13.383 82 

EXPENDITURES. 

Hay and Feed, | 136 66 

Taxes, 73 68 

Cleaning and Supplies, 23 52 

Salaries and Wages, 3, 880 31 

School Supplies, 162 00 

Light, Heat and Power, 785 72 

Sundry Expenses, 563 22 

Students' Wearing 'Apparel, 472 03 

Printing and Stationery, 339 93 

Provisions, 1,249 ^9 

Farm Supplies, 1131 

Farm Repairs, . 5° 58 

Building Repairs, 25 00 

Greenhouse and Garden, 241 49 

Farm Expense, 421 68 

Household Expense, 79 79 

Machinery Repairs, 49 08 

Commission Account, .... 346 80 

Solicitor's Expenses, 56 65 

Insurance, 184 60 

9.153 H 

Net Gain, $ 4,230 68 

ASSETS.* 

Cash, as per Cash Book, $ 12 19 

Real Estate and Building, 26,216 37 

Furnishings and Fixtures, 7.235 46 

I^ive Stock, . 728 50 

Library, 184 22 

E. E. Faville advanced for Petty Cash Account, .... 100 00 

Tools and Implements, 1,084 26 

Due for Tuition, 100 00 

Sundry Debtors, 6 40 

$35,667 40 

Assets at last Annual Report, ; . 31,436 72 

Net Gain, $ 4,230 68 

• NOTK. (The donations in this report do not include the amounts contributed by Mrs. 
Eisner for the chemical laboratory ; by the children of Theresa I,ocb, deceased, for the green- 
house, nor by Mr. Sol Block and the family of Ida M. Block, deceased, for the chapel; the 
amounts contributed by them having been paid by them directly to the builders. The build- 
ings not having been completed at the time of the closing of the books, the amounts of their 
donations will be included in the next annual report, and the assets of the School are, there- 
fore, in reality, about $4500 greater than is shovirn by this report.) 

At the beginning of the last 'school year there were in our institution 
twenty-one students, of whom fifteen were in the second-year, class and six in 
the first-year class. Towards the end of the year 1898 one of the students of 
the second-year class left us for the purpose of obtaining employment in mer- 
cantile pursuits. A few months after his leaving he made application for read- 
mission, and has recently been readmitted to the school in the new class. 
One of the other students of the second-year class left shortly before the recent 
summer examination to obtain agricultural employment. 

During the present month a third class has been formed, into which four 
students have been admitted, including the one who had left us last winter. 




A Squad of Milkers. 




Making Butter. 



13 

In view of the fact that the instructors, students and the various other 
assistants in the work, constitute a very large family, it has been necessary to 
enlarge our plant in a way that would not be requisite upon a farm of the size 
of ours, if it were merely managed by a farmer with the ordinary amount of 
help. 

The new system of instruction introduced by the new Dean, Professor E). 
E. Faville, under whose energetic and competent management the school has 
been since January, and the increased dormitory room required for the new 
class, made it necessary to fit up the third story of the main building, which 
had not been divided into rooms or plastered at the time of its erection. 

Various other alterations to the main building involved an expenditure 
of nearly eight hundred dollars. Through the generosity of several members 
of the Board cash donations for a portion of this expense were received. 

Last Spring our Dean presented to us a plan for a complete dairy plant. 
His plan was approved by the Board of Directors, and as a result, the construc- 
tion of various dairy buildings, which will be dedicated to-day, was begun. 
The number of the cows has been increased, and the necessary improved 
implements have been secured. 

It will thus appear, that many of the expenditures made during the past 
year were incurred for the absolutely necessary improvement of the plant, and 
that consequently, our funds to be applied to the maintenance of the institution 
were decreased to that extent. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JOSEPH KRAUSKOPF, 
RAIyPH BLUM, 
JAMES Iv. BRANSON, 
MORRIS A. KAUFMANN, 
ADOIvPH EICHHOLZ, Chairman. 



Report of the Dean. 



In my report permit me to explain briefly the system employed in carry- 
ing on the operations of this institution. The work is divided into the follow- 
ing departments, viz.: Farm, Dairy, Veterinary, Horticultural, Chemical and 
General. In the farm department is included the growing of field crops, the 
handling of live-stock and the carrying on of the various operations of the 
farm. In the dairy department is included the "model dairy or creamery " 
for the study of butter and cheese making. In the dairy barn is taken up the 
work of the feeding and care of the dairy herd. The veterinary department 
deals with animal diseases. Our horticultural department takes up the finer 
part of agriculture in the care and cultivation of plants in the greenhouses and 
gardens together with the operations attending the orchard and nursery work. 
The chemical department has j.ust been established, and will be associated with 
some other agricultural science. The chemistry taught will deal largely with 
the "chemistry of the farm." In the general department the school work 
comprises the study of English, mathematics and such of the sciences as 
botany, bachriology and physics, etc. 



14 

We should note that the agriculture of the future must depend more upon 
mental than physical eifort. The scientific farmer is no longer looked upon 
with a jest, for by his " theory with practice " he has raised this industry to a 
position of recognition among the professions. Modern civilization in all in- 
dustries tends towards specialization. Equally true is this in agriculture where 
the field for specialization is a large one. With the complexities and perplexi- 
ties confronting the farmer, it is necessary to train our young in the fundamental 
principles, not to acquire a little of everything, but to know a few things thor- 
oughly and well. The question at once comes, how is this being done ? This 
institution differs from other agricultural schools in that our young men come 
to us as a rule not physically strong, unused to farm ways or farm life. This 
might be urged as a disadvantage, but they come to us untrammeled by old- 
fashioned methods and are thrown in touch with modern methods and ideas, 
which by continual application for four years, without the interim of vacation, 
will turn out students thoroughly trained as practical, scientific farmers, raised 
to the intellectual level of the educated. Our graduates will find positions in the 
many lines of agriculture. Applications for our young men have already been 
received. There is a crying demand all through this country for competent 
men, skilled in the practical and scientific principles of agriculture, to conduct 
dairies, stock farms, fruit plantations, etc., and there should be no question as 
to the future of these young men. 

Respectfully submitted, 

E. E. FAVILIvE, 

Dean. 



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Names of Deceased for whom 
April 1898 

Michael Bash. 

Sadie Bash. 

Isaac Bedichimer. 

Bernard Berman. 

Edgar Bernstein. 

Ida M. Block. 

Sophia Block. 

Mrs. James L. Branson. 

S. K. Davidson. 

Rebecca De Costa. 

A. M. Feldman. 

Simon Fleisher. 

Lena Frohsin. 

Marietta Grant. 

Ethel Greenbaum. 

Estelle Fleisher Hagedorn. 

Sidney A. Heller. 

Margaret A. Kaufmann. 



Memorial Trees were planted, 
and 1899. 

Linda Springer Langfeld. 
Mrs. Isaac Lesem. 
Samuel N. Levy. 
Philip Lewin. 
Aaron Lichten. 
Emanuel Levy. 
Theresa Loeb. 
Mrs. M. Marquis. 
Meyer Meyers. 
Simon Nathan. 
Mrs. A. L. Raff. 
William S. Rayner. 
Samson Simon. 
William Singerly. 
Joseph J. Snellenburg. 
Francis S. Teller. 
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Tuch. 



Names of Deceased for wliom 
Friday, April 

Rosa Bamberger. 
Isaac R. Behal. 
Joseph Berkowitz. 
Lazarus Bernheimer. 
Mrs. Louis Blumenthal. 
Isaac Cohen. 
Miriam Cortissoz. 
Emil Friedman. 
Adam Gimbel. 
Fridolin Gimbel. 
Selemen Gimbel. 
Lillie Glaser. 
Samuel Kexter. 
Benno H. Heyman. 
Lehman Hoffman. 
Mrs. B. Hope. 
Lewis Hutzler. 
Isaac S. Isaacs. 
Matilda Kaufman. 
Fanny Kind. 
Henry Kohn. 
Mrs. Henry Kohn. 
Jacob Lebach. 
Isaac Lesem. 
Emanuel Lieberman. 
Mrs. Fannie Loeb. 
Leonard Loeb. 
Moses Loeb. 
Lottie Schwarz Loeb. 



Memorial Trees were planted, 
27th, 1900. 

Arthur B. Leopold. 

Marks Leopold. 

Emma Trainer Mac El'Rey. 

Jean A. Marks. 

Joseph Marschuetz. 

A. E. Massman. 

Henrietta Massman. 

S. E. Massman. 

Sophia Meyer. 

Caroline P. Nirdlinger. 

Miriam Noar. 

Mina Oppenheimer. 

Cassie Theobald Pfaelzer. 

Bella Oppenheimer Rosenberg. 

Albert Schwarz. 

Nannie Schwarz. 

Isaac Snellenburg. 

Mrs. Jacob Stern. 

Lena Sternberger. 

Bertha Techner. 

Heyman Techner. 

Rachel Traugott. 

Mrs. Carrie Weil. 

Samuel Weil. 

Herman Wieder. 

Rev. Dr. Isaac M. Wise. 

Flora E. Wolf. 

William P. Wolf. 



i6 List of Annual Memberships. 

(For lyist of Contributions and Donations see pp. 26 to 41.) 



Endowment Fund, 

Leonard Lewisohn, New York, |;50oo.oo 

(Interest to be applied to an annual Samuel Lewisohn Scholarship.) 



Memorial Buildings. 



I. Theresa L,oeb Memorial Green House, in memory of Theresa Loeb, 
Ogontz, Pa., by her family. 
II. Ida M. Block Memorial Chapel, in memory of Ida M. Block, Kansas City, 
Mo., by her husband and family. 

III. Zadok Eisner Memorial Laboratory, in memory of Zadok Eisner, Phila- 

delphia, Pa. , by his wife. 

IV. Rose Krauskopf Memorial Green House, in memory of Rose Krauskopf, 

Philadelphia, by her children. 

„ . ^' , , I by Mr. and Mrs. Louis I. Aaron, Pittsburg, Pa. 
VI. Dairy Stable, J 



Scholarships. 

Joseph Bonnheim Memorial Fund, Sacramento, Cal., I200.00 

James L. Branson, Langhorne, Pa., 200.00 

Bertha Rayner Frank, Baltimore, Md., 200.00 

(In memory of her father, Wm. S. Rayner.) 



Tuitions. 



Eisenstadt Bros., Chicago, 111., • • . I200.00 

Jewish Orphan Home, New Orleans, La., 200.00 

Hebrew Charity Ball Association of Philadelphia, tuition for two Jewish 

orphans, or two other boys of Philadelphia, 500.00 



Special Friends. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

A friend, I250 per annum. 

Krauskopf, Rev. Dr. Joseph, annual donation of marriage, funeral and 
lecture fees (see page 36). 

New York City. 

Schiff, Jacob H., $100 per annum. 

Louisville. Kentucky. 

Bernheim, B., 15° per annum. 

Bernheim, J. W I50 per annum. 



Friends, 

CONTRIBUTING $25.00 PER ANNUM, 

Who have paid their dues to Jan. ist, 1900. 



CALIFORNIA. 

Sacramento. 

Weinstock, Harris 

ILLINOIS. 

Peoria. 

Greenhut, J. B. 

INDIANA. 
Fort Wayne. 

Emek Beracha I/sdge 
Indianapolis. 

Rauh, Sam. E. 

Weiler.Mr.&Mrs.Abe 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Boston. 

Hecht, Jacob 

MISSOURI. 

Kansas City. 
Bloch. Sol. 



St. Joseph. 

Westheimer, Ferd. 

NEW YORK. 

New York. 
Bache, J. S. 
Cohn, A. 

Kirschbaum, Bernie 
Lauterbach, Edward 
Rice, S. M. 
Waterbury, John I. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Philadelphia. 

Blum, Mrs. Ralph 
Dodge, James M. , 
Dunlap, James 
Fels, Samuel S. 
Fleisher, B. W., Jr. 
Gerstley, Louis 
Heyman, Henry 
Krauskopf, Rev. Dr. J. 
Ivichten, M. H. 



Lit, J. D. 
Lit, Samuel D. 
Louchheim, Jos. A. 
Newman, M. M. 
Nixon, Sam M. 
Powdermaker, Mrs. M. 
Seidenbach, J. M. 
Selig, Eli K. 
Snellenburg, Sam'l S. 
Stewardson, Thos. 

Pittsburg. 

Sidenburg, Hugo 
Weil, A. Leo 



TEXAS. 

San Antonio. 
HalflF, M. 



UTAH. 

Salt Lake City. 
Meyer, Mrs. Rosa 



Wilinington . ' 

Lieberman, N. 

IOWA. 

Oskaloosa. 
Baldauf, Samuel 

ILLINOIS. 

Chicago. 

Eisenstadt, I. 
Schlesinger, L. 

KANSAS. 

Leavenworth. 
Flesher, B. 
Rothenberg &Schloss 

MARYLAND. 

Baltimore. 

Drey, Elkan 

Frank, Dr. S. L. 

Gottschalk, Joseph 

Hutzler Bros. 

Levy, Wm. 
Frostburg. 

Wineland, Max 

MISSOURI. 

St. Joseph. 
Joseph Lodge No. 73. 
I. O. B. B. 



Speyer, James 
ZioTi Lodge No. 2, 
I. O. B. B. 
Rochester. 
Wile, Julius 

OHIO. 

Cincinnati. 

Lowenstein, L. H. 
Pritz, Benjamin 

Cleveland. 

Black, Morris 
Gries, Rev. Moses 
Joseph, Isaac 
Mayer, Adolph 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Danville. 

Scarlet, James 
Philadelphia. 

Abrahams, Samuel 
Bloch, Simon 
Blum, Gabriel 
Blum, Mrs. Gabriel 
Eichholz, Adolph 
Eisner, Mrs. S. 
Fleisher, B. W. 
Fleisher, S. B. 
Fleisher, Sam 
Frank, Mrs. R. 

! Franklin, Dr. M. 

i "Friend, A" 

1 Furstenburg, David 



Mej-t- , J. 
Meyers, Henry 
Rosenberg, Louis 
Sharp, S. S. 
Soulas, Chas. 
Stern, Chas. K. 
Stern, Moses H. 
Stern, Mrs. Moses H. 
Straus, Karl 
Strouse, Nathan 
Sundheim, Mrs. Jul. 
Weiller, H. 
Wolf, Mrs. Martin 
Pittsburg. 

Cohen, Aaron 
Guckeuheimer.Mrs.A. 
Lippman, A. 
Wertheimer, Em. 
Wertheimer, Isaac 
Wertheimer, Samuel 

'TENNESSEE. ' 

Memphis. 
Morris, K. 

UTAH. 

Salt Lake City. 

Bamberger, Simon 

WISCONSIN. 

Milwaukee. 
Landauer, Max 



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Members, 



PAYING $5.00 PER ANNUM, 

Who have paid their dues to January ist, 1900. 



ALABAMA. 

Birniinghani. 

Birmingham Lodge 
No. 168, I. O. B. B. 

Mobile. 

Eichold, Emanuel 

ARKANSAS. 

Pine Bluff. 

Altheimer, M. L. 
Bloom, Mrs. Hannah 
Kornfeld, Jos. 
Roth, Louis 
Weil, Max 

CALIFORNIA. 

Sacramento. 

Cohen, Isador 

Skeels, Wm. 
Saji Francisco. 

Anspacher, A. 

Cahn, Mrs. L. I. 

Hifhhfelder, Dr. J. H. 

LefFmann, Mrs. L- D. 

Reinstein, J. B. 

Rosenbaum, Mrs. Ch. 

Schwabacher, Abe 

Schwabacher, Louis 

Schwabacher, Mrs. M. 

CANADA. 
Montreal. 

Victoria Lodge No. 92, 
L O. B. B. 

COLORADO. 

Detiver. 

Holzman, S. L. 

CONNECTICUT. 

Nezv Haven. 
Adler, Max 
Ulman, Jacob 

District of Columbia. 

Washington. 
Saks, Isidor 
Tobriner, Leon 
Wolf, Hon. Simon 

DELAWARE. 

Seaford. 

Van Leer, Chas. 

GEORGIA. 

Albany. 

Browne, S. B. 



ILLINOIS. 

Blooviington. 

Abraham Lincoln 
Lodge No. 90, 
I. O. B. B. 

Chicago. 

Binswanger, A. 
Despres, Samuel 
Eckstein, Louis 
Eppstein, Max 
Foreman, Oscar G. 
Frank, Henrj' L. 
Gatzert,' August 
Greenebaum Sous 
Greenebaum, EHas 
Kohn, Isaac 
Kohn, Louis H. 
Mandel, E. 
Mandel, Simon 
Nusbaum, Aaron E. 
Solomon, Mrs. H. G. 
Steele, H. B. 
Strouss, Emil W. 

Quincy. 

Maertz, Louise 

INDIANA. 
Goshen. 
Salinger, Nathan 

Hartford City. 
Weiler, Amy 

Indianapolis. 

Efroymson & Wolf 
Kahn, Mrs. G. 
Wineman, Jos. 

Petersburg. 
Frank, Sol. 

Portland. 

Weiler, Morris 

Terre Haute. 
Herz, A. 

IOWA. 

Davenport. 
Rothschild, D. 

KANSAS. 

St. Mary's. 
Urban ski, A. 

KENTUCKY. 

Lexington. 

Lexington Lodge No. 
289, I. O. B. B. 



Louisville. 

Bernheim, I. W. 

Bernheim, B. 

Moses, Rev. A. 
Shelbyville. 

Jewish Literary Soc'y 

MARYLAND. 

Baltimore. 

Bamberger, Elkan 
Cahn, Bernard 
Gutman, Mrs. Joel 
Hamburger, Henry 
Louchheim, Mrs. A. 
Mandelbaum, Seym. 
Rayner, Albert 
Rayner, Isadore 
Rosenberg, Frank 

& Co. 
Sinsheimer, L. 
Sonneborn, Henry 
Stein Bros. 
Straus, Jos. L. 
Strouse, Leopold 
Ulman, A. J. 
Ulman, Nathan 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Boston. 

Kaffenburgh, J. 
Mayer, Adolph 
Morse, Godfrey 
Shu man, Samuel 
Steinert, Wm. 
Ziegel, L. 

MICHIGAN. 

Detroit. 

Weinman, Mrs. L. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Greenville. 

Jewish Women's 

League. 
Natchez. 

Frank, Henry 

MISSOURI. 

Kansas City. 

Benjamin, D. 

Benjamin, Alfred 

Crohen, R. S. 

Feineman, B. A. 

Griff, T. W. 

Neugass, L. 
.S"^. Joseph. 

Newburger, B. 

St. Joseph City Lodge 
No. 197, O. B. A. 



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Si. Louis. 
Block, Frank 

NEBRASKA. 

J^ed Cloud. 
Stern, M. M. 

/^memorial) 

NEW JERSEY. 

Atlantic City. 

McClellan, A. C. 
Haddonfield. 

Meyers, Daniel 
Newark. 

Drier, Reuben 

Fisch, Jos. 

Froehlich, Sam. 

Glueck, Dr. J. B. 

Goetz, Jos. 

Heyman, Simon 

King, Nathaniel 

Lehman, L,. 

Ivoeb, Mrs. Frieda 

Lowy, Philip 

Michael, Chas. 

Michael, Oscar 

Plant, Mrs. L. S. 

Plant, Moses 

Scheuer, Simon 

Strauss, B. 

Strauss, Moses 

Walter, S. R. 

Wolff, D. 
Paterson. 

Fleischer, Nathan 
Soynerville. 

Mack, Lewis C. 

NEW MEXICO. 

Santa Fk. 

Seligman, B. 
Las Vegas. 

Bonnheim, Rev. B. A. 

NEW YORK. 

Amsterdam. 

Levi, S. 
Brooklyn. 

Pentlarge, R. 
Buffalo. 

Fleishman, Simon 

Wile, Herman 
New York. 

Adelson, Ph., & Bro. 

Alberti, S. S. 

Bach, Mrs. Aaron J. 

Bach, Mrs. Isaac 

Bach, Joseph 

Bamberger, I. L. 

Bendix, Herman 

Boehm, Alex 

Bowsky, Louis 

Cunningham, R. H. 



Harris, Dr. Marcus 

Heilbroner, S. 

Heine, Arnold 

Herman, X. 

Herrman, Uriah 

Herzig, L. 

Hinkel, F. C. 

Jaros, A. L. 

Kahn, Louis 

Krauskopf, Nathan 

Krauskopf, Mrs. H. 

Laird, Jas. 

Levy, Morris 

Loeb, Emil 

Loeb, Fred. 

Loeb, Henry 

Loeb, Miss H. K. 

Loeb, Louis 

Louis, Mrs. Minnie D. 

Lowenfels & 

Heilbroner 

Mayer, Morris 

Meyer, Arthur 

Ollisheimer, Henry 

Pulaski, M. H. 

Rappard, A. 

Root, Chas. Y. 

Rothschild, Jacob 

Sadler, A. N. 

Scholle, Melville J. 

Schonfeld, Mrs. David 

Schaeffer, Herman 

Sideuberg, Henry 

vSimson, L. M. 

Sondheim, Max 

Sutphin, D. D. 

Sutro, Richard 

Sutro, Lionel 

Wolf, Mrs. L. 

Wolff, Mervyn 

Yergeson, Jno. S. 

Zeckendorf, Louis 
Niagara Falls. 

Silberberg, Moses 
Syracuse. 

Jacobson, Dr. N. 

Marshall, Benj. 

OHIO. 

Cincinnati. 
Block, Abe 
Block, Leon 
Freiberg, Joseph 
Freiberg, J. W. 
Freiberg, IMaurice 
Goodheart, Wm. 
Harris, Geo. W. 
Levy, Harrv M. 
Mack, Mrs.'M. C. 
Mack, Mrs. M. W. 
Magnus, Jos. A. 
Mayer, Mrs. L. 
Michalovitch, B. 
Moyse, Julius 



Offner, Alex. 

Pritz, Sol. W. 

Pritz, Sidney E. 

Scheuer, Jacob 

Shohl, Chas. 

Weiskopf, D. K. 

Westheimer, Morris 

Wyler, Isaac 
Cleveland. 

Feiss, Julius 

Feiss, Paul 

Hexter, Sol. M. 

Joseph, Sig. 

Marks, M. A. 

Schlesinger, Sig., 
&Co. 

Schwab, Mrs. Flora 

vSteinfeld, Jacob 
Columbus. 

Lazarus, F. and R. 
Greentille. 

Huhn, E. 
Piqua. 

Anshi Emeth Congr. 
Stetcbenville. 

Sulzbacher, Isador 
Youngstown. 

Grossman, 

Rev. Dr. J. B. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Allentown. 

Feldman, Mrs. Anna 
Bloonisburg. 

Alexander Bros. & Co. 
Br ad dock. 

Sulzbacher, Louis 

Sulzbacher, Mrs. Etta 
Bradford. 

Gatz, John 

Greenewald, David 

Greenewald, J.C. 

Greenewald, Mrs. J. C. 
Carlisle. 

Livingstone, Jacob 
Danville. 

Mayer, Rev. A. 
Doylestown. 

Shoemaker, Harry J. 
E as ton. 

Ladies' Hebrew 
Beneficial Society 

Springer, E. 
Harrisburg. 

Kuhu, Sarn'l and Sol. 

Marks, Herman 
Ho7iesdale. 

Weiss, W. 
Jenkintown. 

Silberman, M., & Son 
Kittanniitg. 

Einstein, Jacob 



List of Annual Memberships. 

(For List of Contributions and Donations see pp. 26 to 41.) 



Lancaster. 
Cohii, E. M, 
Gansman, A. L. 
Gfiiisinan, A. 
Mitchell, E. C. 
Moss, S. R. 
Rosenstein, A. 

McKeesport. 
Suustein, I. 
Bachtnan, Max 

Pottsville. 

Greenewald, Gab. 

PlynioiUh. 

Reese, Mrs. Max 

Philadelphia. 
Abeles, Simon 
Allraan, Herbert D. 
Aloe, Sidney A. 
Anspach, Moses 
Appel, Alex. 
Arnold, Arthur S. 
Arnold, Philip 
Asher, Sol, 
Bacbarach, A. 
Bacharach, Gustav 
Bacbarach, S. 
Bachman, F. H. 
Bach man, Mrs. F. H. 
Bamberger, Mrs. F. 
Bamberger, Albert J. 
Bamberger, Harry 
Bamberger, L. J. 
Bamberger, Maurice 
Bamberger, Max 
Bamberger, Wm. 
Bamberger, Mrs. Wm. 
Bash, J. 
Bash, Mrs. M. 
Bauer, Benj. 
Baum, S. 
Baxter, J. and ly. 
Bayersdorfer, S. 
Bedichimer, Mrs. I., 

(Memorial) 
'Bedichimer, Mrs. I,. 
Behal, Joseph 
Behal, Mrs. Sol. 

(Memorial) 
Reran, Theo. 
Berkowitz, Albert 
Berkowitz, Rev.Dr.H. 
Brrkowitz, P. 
Bernheimer, Morris 
Bernheimer, M. S. 
Biernbaum, M. 
Bird, Joseph 
Bir^e, Isadore 
Blavlock & Blvnn 
Block, Arthur' 
Block, Bernard 
Bloomingdale. 

Mrs. Belle S. 
Blum, Isaac 



Blum, J. L. 
Blumberg, Samuel 
Blumenthal, Harold 
Blumenthal, Hart 
Blumenthal, Mrs. S. 
Bowers, A. J. 8. 
Brandes, M. 
Brunhild, I,. 
Brown, Emil 
Buck, David H. 
Butler, B. F. 
Casseres, Miss Ida 
Clay, Henry 
Cohen, M. K. 
Cohen, I 
Cohen, Jos. 
Cope, Walter 
Da Costa, H. R., 

(^Memorial) 
Daniels, Gustav 
Dannenbaum, H. M. 
Dannenbaum, Mrs. L. 
Dannenbaum, Morris 
Davidson, Mrs. A., 

(Memorial) 
Davidson, David K. 
Einstein, Meyer 
Emsheimer, H. E. 
Fellheimer, Abe 
Fernberger, Harry 
Feustman, Maurice 
Field, John 
Fleisher, L. 
Fleisher, Mrs Martha 
Fleisher, Mrs. S. S. 
Frank, Jacob S. 
Fridenberg, M. S. 
Friedberger, Simon L. 
Friedman, Charles 
Friedman, H. S. 
Frohsin, Samuel 
Gassner, Henry 
Gattman, M. 
Gerstle, Mrs. Julius 
Gitnbel, Ben. 
Gimbel, Isaac 
Gimbel, Jacob 
Gleason, Ed. P. 
Goldsmith, Milton 
Goodman Bros. 
Goodman, I,eon 
Goodman, Mrs. M. 
Goodman, J. H. 
Goodman, Sam'l W. 
Goodman, Mrs. S. W\ 
Grant, Gertrude 
Grant, Gordon 
Grant, Granville 
Greenbaum, Mrs. Max 
Greenbaum, Dr. Max 
Greenbaum, S. 
Greenspan, A. 
Greenewald, A. E. 
Greenewald, Oscar 
Haas, S. 



Hackenburg, 

Mrs. Wm. B. 

Hagedorn, J. H. 

Hagedorn. Mrs. J H. 

Hagedorn, J. J. 

Hahn, Theodore 

Hecht, I. 

Hecht, Mrs. S. 

Heebner, Philip A. 

Heebner, Samuel 

Henly, Jacob 

Hertz, E. J. 

Herzberg, Isaac 

Herzberg, Gus. 

Hey man, D. 

Hey man, Mrs. H. 

Hill, Robert C. 

Hinlein, J. H. 

Hirsh, Wm. 

Hirsh, Mrs. Wm. 

Hirsch, E. Hampton 

Hirsch, Walter A. 

Hirschberg & Bro. 

Hope, J. 

Huey & Christ 

Hutzler, M. 

(Memorial) 

Isaacs, Mamie 

Jacobs, S. 

Jonas, Henry 

Jonas, Leo 

Kaas, Andrew 

Kahn, I. H. 

Katz, Marcus 

Kaufman, A. 

Kaufman, Isadore 

Kaufman, Mrs. J. 

Kaufman, Mrs. Jos. 
■^Kaufman, Mrs. M. 

Kaufman, Wm. 

Kaufmann, Mrs. 
Morris 

Kayser, Sam'l 

Keneseth Israel Con- 
gregation Alumnffi. 

Kind, Sam 

Kirschbaum, Simon 

Klein, Alfred M. 

Klein, Leon G. 

Kleinman, Leon 

Klopfer, S. C. 

Knoblauch, G. A. 

Kohn, Abe 

Kohn, Arnold 

Kohn, Harry E. 

Kohn, Sam 

Kohn, Simon S. 

Koons, S. W. 

Koplin, L. W. 

Krauskopf, Mrs. Jos. 

Krauskopf, Eleanore 

Krauskopf, Harold 

Krauskopf, Manfred 



* Deceased. 



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(For List of Contributions and Donations see pp. 26 to 41.) 



Krauskopf, Madeline 
Landauer, W. B. 
Lang, Morris 
Langfeld, Morris 
Langstaedter, I. B. 
Iveberman, Adolph 
Leberman, Joseph W. 
Lehman, Henry- 
Leopold, A. S. 
Leopold, M. 
Levi, Gerson L. 
Levinthal, David 
Levy, Rev. J. Leonard 
Levy, Joseph H. 
Lewin, Mrs. Philip 
Liberty Lodge No. 48, 

L O. F. S. I. 
Liberty Lodge No. 6, 

O. B. A. 
Lichten, Wm. 
Lieberman, Adolph 
Lipper, A. 
Lisberger, L. 
Lit, E. J. 
Lit, Mrs. J. D. 
Liveright, Max 
Liveright, Morris 
Loeb, Dr. Ludwig 
Loeb, Mrs. Herman 
Loeb, Horace 
Loeb, Mrs. Horace 
Loeb, Joseph 
Loeb, Leo 
Loeb, M. B. 
Loeb, Maurice 
Loeb, Michael 
Louchheim, J. H. 
Louchheim, S. K. 
Louchheim, Walter 
Lowenstein, B. 
Lowenstein, Mrs. H. 
Lowengrund, S. 
Lyon, Benj. 
Lyon, Miss Mabel 
Maccaulay, Jas. 
Mahn, Godfrey S. 
Manz, Jno. 
Marquis, M., 

(Memorial) 
Marks, Mrs. K. 
Marks, I. L. 
Mastbaum, L. 
May, Morris 
May, Simon 
Mayer, Isaac 
McCreary, Geo. D. 
McDonnell, Chas. A. 
Mendel, Mrs. S. L. 
Mendelsohn, Mrs. J. 
Mencke, Jno. B. 
Merz, Daniel 
Merz, Millard 
Miller, Sol. 
Mitchell, Henry 
Moss, Wm. 



Muhr, Mrs. Rebecca 
Myers, Joseph 
Myers, S. H. 
Myers, S. S. 
Nachod, J. 
Nadel, Mrs. J. 
Nathanson, Mrs.H.M. 
Netter, David 
Netter, Jos. 
Newburger, Mrs. M. 
Newburger, Sam'l 
Newman, Adolph 
Oppenheimer, Oscar 
Oppenheimer, Mrs. C. 
Ostheimer, Wm. J. 
Pfaelzer, Simon 
Pfeflferling, E. 
Philadelphia Lodge 
No. 102, I. O. B. B. 
PoUitz, Miss Lydia 
Pope, Miss Josephine 
Potter, Jos. 
Pulaski, Helen 

Raff, Mrs. A. L., 

(Memorial) 
Raphael, Rudolph 
Reinheimer, Louis 
Rice, J. J. 
Rice, N. H. 
Rosenau, Mrs. N. 
Rosenau, C. 
Rosenau, P. 
Rosenau, S. 
Rosenbaum, A. 
Rosenbaum, H. 
Rosenbaum, Hy. M. 
Rosenbaum, M. 
Rosenberg, Abram 
Rosenberg, Arthur 
Rosenberg, C. C. 
Rosenberg, Morris 
Rosenblatt, A. 
Rosenblatt, H. M. 
Rosenthal, H. 
Rosskam, I. 
Rothschild, E. L. 
Rothschild, H. 
Rubin, Joseph H. 
Rust, G. C. 
Sabin, Fred 
Sailer, I. 

Schamberg, Ferd. 
Schamberg, Henry 
Schmitt, John 
Schoeneman, Jos. 
Schoenfeld, Max 
Schwartz, Isaac A. 
Schweriner, Theo. 
Schwoerer, Conrad 
Schwab, Mrs. Flora 
Seidenbach, Israel 
Seidenbach, Louis 
Selig, B. 
Selig, Emil 



Siedeubach, Henry 
Showell, E. D. 
Sichel, Julius 
Silberstein, Miss L. 
Simon, David 
Simon, Mrs. M. 
Simon, Mrs. S. 
Simon son, Mrs. Selli 
Smith, E. B. & Co. 
Smith, Caroline 
Smith, M. J. 
Smythe, E. E. 
Snellenburg, Miss C. 
Snellenburg, Miss J. 
Snellenburg, Jos. N. 
Solomon, A. A, 
Solomon, Mrs. A. A. 
Sommers, L. J. 
Sondheim, Julius 
Springer, Emanuel 
Stecher, L. 
Steinbach, Dr. L. 
Steppacher, Walter 
Stern, Mrs. Chas. K. 
Stern, Edward 
Stern, F. 
Stern, Israel 
Stern. Morris 
Sternfeld, H. 
Strauss, Ben. 
Strauss, Benj. 
Strauss, S. 
Strouse, A. 
Strouse, H. L 
Sundheim, Jonas 
Sundheim, Julius 
Teller, Lewis A. 
Teller, Oscar 
Teller, Raphael 
Thalheimer, Bernard 
Tickner, H. J. 
Trauerman, S. B. 
Trenner, Simeon 
*Trimby, E. D. 
Ullman, Miss Heny 
Vendig, Chas. H. 
Warburton, B. H. 
Wasserman, B. 
Wedell, Mrs. R. P. 
Weil, Jacob 
Weil, Mrs. J. 
Weil, Mrs. Theo. 
Weiler, H. 

Weinman, Mrs. Chas. 
Weinman, Jos. 
Weinman, E. 
Weinman, H. 
Weinman, J. 
Weinman, M. 
Weinman, Miss Rita 
Wertheimer, H. S. 
Wertheimer, Joseph 
Wertheimer, Sam. 



■ Deceased. 



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(For lyist of Contributions and Donations see pp. 26 to 41.) 



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Wertheimer, S. 
Weyl, Maurice 
AViener, Jacob 
Wiener, Lewis A. 
Wilson, Morris 
Wilson & Richards 
Wineland, E. 
Wise, Chas. 
Wittenberg, M. 
Wolf, Albert 
Wolf, David 
Wolf, E. 
Wolf, Frank 
Wolf, Gus. 
Wolf, Mrs. Sol. 
Zurn, O. F. 
Pittsburg. 

Aaron, Mrs. Mina 
Aaron, Marcus 
Aaron, Louis I. 
Aaron, Chas. I. 
Adler, E. B. 
Adler, Harr}^ 
Adler, J. Louis 
Adler, Julius 
DeRoy, Jos. 
Dreifus, C. 

Feuchtwanger, Marc. 
Floersheim, Berthold 
Frank, Isaac W. 
Friedman, J. M. 
Gallinger, Mrs. N. 
Gross, Isaac 
Hanauer, Mrs. H. 
Kann, W. L. 
Lazarus, David N. 
Rauh, Marcus 
Rauh, A. L, 
Rothschild, M. N. 
Schoenfeld, Jacob 
Stadfeld, Jos. 



Steiufeld, Sam'l 

Suustein, A. J. 

Sunstein, C. 

Wolf, Fritz 

Zugsmith, Chas. 
Scr anion. 

Ackerman, J. O. 

Goldsmith, Aaron 

Goldsmith, Morris 

Goldsmith, Sol. 

Haepst, Dr. Henrj' 

Harris, Mrs. Rosalie 

Kramer, Albert N. 

Krotosky, Isidore 

Levy, Jos. 

Levy, N. B. 

Oettinger, Louis 

Rice, Max 

Rice, Simon 

Roos, Dr. Elias 

Scrauton Citv Lodge 
No. 47, O. B. A. 

Wei n gar t, Sol. 
Selins Grove. 

Weis, S. 
Shamokin. 

Rothschild, H. 
Su7ibury. 

Mitchell, L. 
Wilkesbarre. 

Levy, Leon 

Rosenbluth, Max 

Stern, Harry F. 

Strauss, S. J. 
York. 

Lehmayer, N. 

TEXAS. 

Dallas. 

Friend, Alexander 



Friend, Mrs. Alex. 
Linz, J., & Bro. 
Sanger Bros. 
Titche, Ed. , 

Fort Worth. 
Davidson, Sam 
Goldberg, Herman 
Levy, Samuel 

Galveston. 

Zacharias Frankel Lg. 
No. 242, I. O. B. B. 

Houston. 
Levy, Ben 

San Antonio. 

Edar Lodge No. 211, 
I. O. B. B. 

VIRGINIA. 

Richmond. 

Binswanger, Helen 

Hutzler, Henry S. 

Kaufman, I. 

Millheiser, Mrs. C. 
Staunton. 

Loeb, Adolph 

Loeb, Julius 

WISCONSIN. 
La Crosse. 

Strouse, B. L. 
Milwaukee. 

Cohen, Mrs. Gertrude 

Cohen, Jonas 

Greenwald, J. Oscar 

Hamburger, Nathan 

Michelbacher, A. J. 

Miller, Morris 

Tabor, L. L. 



Contributors, 



PAYING $3.00 PER ANNUM, 

Who have paid their dues to January ist, rgoo. 



ALABAMA. 

Uniontown. 
Concordia Lodge No. 
152, L O. B. B. 

ILLINOIS. 

Chicago. 

DeLee, Dr. J. B. 
Lincoln. 

Liberty Lodge No. 294, 
I. O. B. B. 



INDIANA. 
Afigola. 

Steifel, Mrs. L. C. 
Peru. 

Levi, Wm. 

KANSAS. 
Washington. 
Oberndorfer, Adolph 



MISSISSIPPI. 

Jackson. 

Manasseh Lodge 
Meridian. 

Levy, Samuel 
Myles. 

Tausig, Jos. 

MISSOURI. 

Louisiana. 
Michael Bros. 



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(For lyist of Contributions and Donations see pp. 26 to 41.) 



NEW YORK. 

Elinira. 

Friendly, H. 
New York. 

Benj. Harrison Ivodge 
No. 9 

Modey, I. 

Reich man, Wm. 
Syracuse. 

Guttman, Dr. Ad. 



Tottenville. 
Levinson, Henry 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Oil City. 

Baer, Bernhard 
Ph iladelph ia . 

Armhold, Wm. 

Bernheimer, Charles 

Bernstein, Mrs. Ther. 



Cohn, I^eo Iv. 
Gans, Mrs. Jeanette 
Goldstein, Isaiah 
Hamilton & Diesinger 
Kaufmann, Ernest 
Klonower, Herman 
Kohn, David 
Schamberg, Lewis M. 
Steinhart, Frances 



Lodges and Congregations, 



Adullam Lodge No. 326, I. O. B. B Pittsfield, Mass. . . 

..Alexajadej:_&©fe«t Lodge No. 247, O. B. A. . . Dallas, Tex 

Azariah Lodge No. 164, I. O. B. B New York City ... 

-Ba*on-^eH-i-F9h Lodge No. 454, I. O. B. B. . . Cleveland, Ohio . . 

Barzillai Lodge No. in, I. O. B. B Lafayette, Ind. . . . 

Bnai Zion Congregation, Titusville, Pa. . . . 

Ber Chajim Lodge No. 177, I. O. B. B Cumberland, Md. 

Beth El Congregation, Knoxville, Tenn. . . 

Beth Emeth Congregation, . Albany, N. Y. ... 

Beth Zar Lodge No. 84, I. O. B. B. . , . . . . Mobile, Ala 

Beth Zion Congregation, Buffalo, N. Y. . . 

Bnai Israel Lodge No. 188, I. O. B. B New Orleans, La. . 

Bnai Jehudah Congregation, Kansas City, Mo. . . 

Bnai Zion Congregation, Titusville, Pa. . . . 

Children of Israel Congregation, Memphis, Tenn. . . 

Concordia Lodge No. 152, I. O. B. B Uniontown, Ala. . . 

Constellation Lodge No. 265, I. O. F. S. I. . New York City . . . 

Crescent City Lodge No. 182, I. O. B. B. . , . New Orleans, La. 

Denver Lodge No. 171, I. O. B. B. ... Denver, Col 

Don Abarbanel Lodge No. 85, I. O. B. B. . , Bradford, Pa. ... 

Duquesne Lodge No. 218, O. B. A Pittsburg, Pa. . . . 

Ebn Ezra Lodge No. 47, I. O. B. B St. Louis, Mo. . . . 

Edward Lasker Lodge No. 347, I. O. B. B. . . Tyler, Tex 

Elijah Lodge No. 50, I. O. B. B Washington, D. C. . 

Emanuel Lodge No. 103, I. O. B. B Montgomery, Ala. . 

Emes Lodge No. 67, I. O. B. B Springfield, 111. . . 

Empire State Lodge No. 199, I. O. B. B. ... Elmira, N. Y. ... 

Etham Lodge No. 37, I. O. B. B. . Sacramento, Cal. . . 

Free Sons of Israel, District Grand Lodge, . . Chicago, 111. 

Gan Eden Lodge No. no, I. O. B. B Terre Haute, Ind. . 

Germania Lodge No. 58, F. S. of I. ..... Chicago, 111 

Gideon Lodge No. 140, I. O. B. B Albany, N. Y. ... 

Golden Eagle Lodge No. 196, O. B. A Chicago, 111 

Gulf Lodge No. 221, I. O. B. B New Orleans, La. 

Harmony Lodge No. 149, I. O. B. B Paducah, Ky. . , . 

Har Sinai Lodge No. 8, I. O. B. B. Philadelphia, Pa. . . 

Hebron Lodge No. 5, I. O. B. B New York City . . . 

Isachar Lodge No. 7, I. O. F. S I New York City . . . 

Isaac Lodge No. 87, I. O. B. B Milwaukee, Wis. . . 

Isaiah Lodge No. 49, I. O. B. B New York City . . . 

Ithaca Lodge No. 221, I. O. B. B Ithaca, N. Y 

Jericho Lodge No. 44, I. O. B. B Allegheny, Pa. . . . 

Joachim Lodge No. 181, I. O. B. B Columbus, Miss. . . 

Joel Lodge No. 118, I. O. B. B Plattsburgh, N. Y. . 

Joseph Lodge No. 76, I. O. B. B Savannah, Ga. . . . 

Julius Houseman Lodge Grard Rapids, Mich. 

K. K. Bene Yeshurun Congregation, Cincinnati, Ohio . . 

Kansas City Lodge No. 184, I. O. B. B Kansas City, Mo. . . 



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King David Lodge No. 86, O. B. A Kansas City, Mo. . . 

Loue Star Lodge, I. O. B. B Houston, Tex. . . . 

Maimonides Lodge, Nashville, Tenn. . , 

Meadville Lodge, Meadville, Pa. . . 

Minneapolis City Lodge No. 63, O. B. A. . . . Minneapoli.«, Minn. 

Minneapolis Lodge No. 271, I. O. B. B Minneapolis, Minn. 

Mishan Lodge No. 247, I. O. B. B Kaluiazoo, Midi. . . 

Mishkan Israel Congregation, New Haven, Cenn. . 

Montefiore Lodge, I. O. F. S. I. . Detroit, Mich. . . . 

Mt. Sinai Lodge No. 270, I. O. B. B. . . . . . New York City . . . 

Mt. Carmel Lodge No. 20, I. O. B. B Cincinnati, Ohio, . 

Nebraska Lodge No. 354, I. O. B. B Omaha, Neb. . . . 

New Haven Lodge No. 21, O. B. A New Haven, Conn. . 

New York Lodge No. i, I. O. B. B New York City . . . 

Norwich City Lodge No. 62, I. O. B. B Norwich, Conn. . . 

Oheb Sholom Congregation, Reading, Pa 

Philadelphia Lodge of Elks, Philadelphia, Pa. . . 

Philadelphia Lodge No. 34, O. K. S. B Philadelphia, Pa. . . 

Pinchas Lodge No. 79, O. B. A Buffalo, N. Y. . . . 

Pisgah Lodge, I. O. B. B . Detroit, Mich. . . . 

Portland Lodge No. 416, I. O. B. B Portland, Ore. .. . . 

Progress Lodge No. 53, I. O. P\ S I St. Louis, Mo. . . . 

Rappaport Lodge No. 35, 1. O. F. S. I Philadelphia, Pa. . . 

Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel, . . . Philadelphia, Pa. . . 

Confirmants of 1895, Kerieseth Israel, . . Philadelphia, Pa. . . 

Cxjnfirmants of 1S97, Keneseth Israel, . . Philadelphia, Pa. . . 

Confirmants of 1899, Keneseth Israel, . . Philadelphia, Pa. . . 

Reuben Lodge No. 42, I. O. S. B Syracuse, N. Y. . . 

Rodef Sholem Congregation, . . ... Pittsburg, Pa. . . . 

Saar Sholem Lodge No. 154, I. O. B. B. ... Allegheny, Pa. . . . 

Salem Lodge No. 26, I. O. B. B Harrisburg, Pa. . . 

Temple Emanuel, Birmingham, Ala. . 

Thisbe Lodge No. 24, I. O. B. B Evansville, Ind. . . 

Trinidad Lodge No. 292, I. O. B. B. Trinidad, Colo. . . . 

United Relief Association, Pittsburg, Pa. . . . 

Yorkville Lodge No. 61, 1. O. S. B New York City . . . 



Lodg^es and Congreg'ations. — AnnuaL 

Abraham Lodge No. 90, I. O. B. B Bloomington, 111. 

Anshe Emeth Congregation, Piqua, Ohio . . 

Anshe Emeth Congregation Ladies' Society . , Pine Bluff, Ark. 

Benjamin Harrison Lodge No. 9, New York City . 

Birmingham Lodge No. 168, I. O. B. B Birmingham, Ala 

Bnai Israel Congregation, Little Rock, Ark. 

Edar Lodge No. 211, I. O. B. B -San Antonio, Tex 

Emek Beracha Lodge, Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Hebrew Ben. Congr-egation, Atlanta, Ga. . . 

Joseph Lodge No. 73, I. O. B. B St. Joseph, Mo. 

Keneseth Israel Congregation Alumns, . . . Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lexington Lodge No. 289, I. O. B. B Lexinoton, Ky. 

Liberty Lodge No. 6, O. B. A Philadelphia, Pa. 

Liberty Lodge No. 48, I. O. F. S. I Philadelphia, Pa. 

Liberty Lodge No. 294, I. O. B. B Lincoln, 111. . . 

Manasseh Lodge, Jackson, Miss. . 

Marengo Lodge No. 283, Demopolis, Ala. 

Montefiore Lodge No. 70, I. O. B. B Buffalo, N. Y. . 

Philadelphia Lodge No. 102, I. O. B. B Philadelphia, Pa. 

Scrauton City Lodge No. 47, O. B. A Scranton, Pa. . 

St. Joseph City Lodge No. 197, O. B. A. ... St. Joseph, Mo. . 

The Kahl, Montgomery, Ala 

Victoria Lodge No. 92, I. O. S. B Montreal, Can. . 

Zacharias Lodge No. 242, I. O. B. B Galveston, Tex. 

Zion Lodge No. 2, I. O. B. B New York City . 



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(For List of Annual Memberships see pp. i6 to 25.) 



Donations to the National Farm School. 



ALABAMA. 

Birmingham. 

Temple Kmanuel $25.18 

Huntsville. 

*Bernstein, M 25.00 

Goldsmith, Oscar 25.00 

Goldsmith, Mrs. 100.00 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 70.00 

Mobile. 

Richard & Son, S 5.00 

Beth Zar Lodge No. 84 . . . 5.00 

Montgomery. 

Emanuel Lodge No. 103, 

L O. B. B . . 5.00 

Kahl 10.00 

J. C 1. 00 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 

Uniontown. 

Concordia Lodge 2.50 

ARKANSAS. 

Pine Bluf. 

Bell, D. C 5.00 

Becker, Rev. F. 

Tuition Donation .... 100.00 

Bluthenthal, S 10.00 

Dreyfus, Isaac 5.00 

Gans, Ivi 5.00 

Kaufman, Miss Eva. 

" Tuition Donation .... 350.00 

McCoy, H. A 5.00 

Meyei^ Gabe 5.00 

Meyer Drug Co 5.00 

Nichols, Wolf 5.00 

Rheinberger, Irving . . 5.00 

Pine Bluff Congregation . . 20.00 

Sanders, J. T 5.00 

Thomson & Son, R. S. . . . 5.00 

Waterman, Gus 5.00 

Weil, Chas 5.00 

Weiler, Meyer 5.00 

CALIFORNIA. 

Los Angeles. 

Hellman, Herman W. . . . 10.00 

Sacra^nento. 

Bonnheim, Mrs. A. (in mem- 
ory of her son) 5.00 

Bonnheim, Jos., Mem. Fund 400.00 

EthamLodgeNo.37,I.O.B.B. 5.00 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 

Simon, Rev. A 5.00 

Skeels, Wm 5.00 

Weinstock, Harris 100.00 

and Books. 

San Diego. 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 



♦ Deceased. 



San Francisco. 

Brenner, L. .S., $25.00 

Davis, A. M 10.00 

Eloesser, Leo 5.00 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 500.00 

Newbauer, J 5.00 

Newstadter. Jacob 10.00 

Reinstein, J. B ■. 10.00 

Strauss, Levi 25.00 

Whi taker & Ray Co. Books. 

COLORADO. 

Deliver. 

Denver Lodge, No. 171, I. O. 

B. B 5.00 

Guggenheim*, Simon . . . 1000.00 
Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 

Pueblo. 

Herman, M 10.00 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 60.00 

Trinidad. 
Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 70.00 
Trinidad Lodge No. 293, I. 

O. B. B 5.00 

CONNECTICUT. 

New Haven. 

New Haven Lodge No. 21, 

0. B. A. 3.00 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 55.00 

Norwich. 

Norwich City Lodge No. 62, 

1. O. B. B 5.00 

DELAWARE. 

Seaford. 

Greeuebaum, A 5.00 

Van Leer, Charles .... 5.00 

IVilmington. 
Barsky, Nathan 3.00 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

IVashinglofi. 

Bieber. Samuel 5.00 

Elijah Lodge No, 50, I. O.B.B. 5.00 
I'. S. Government. Books. 

FLORIDA. 

Talldhasse. 
Diamond, J 10.00 

GEORGIA. 

Allajita. 

Grandmothers' Club ... 10.00 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 

*Landauer, S. 50.00 

and 3 Plows and Cultivator. 
Nat. Coun. of Jewish Women 20.00 
Pappenheimer & Co. Bed Room 

Furniture. 
Pappenheimer, Sigm'd. Bed Room 

Furniture. 



List of Contributions and Donations. 

(For Ijist of Annual Memberships see pp. i6 to 25.) 



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Dalton. 

Lovemau, Robert. Books. 

Savannah. 

Adler, Leopold |to.oo 

Cohen, Jacob 1.00 

Epstein, 1 10.00 

Ferst, Joseph 3.00 

Guckenheimer, S 10.00 

Joseph Lodge No. 76,1.0. B.B. 2.00 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 

Krouskoff, S 10.00 

Lippmau Bros 5.00 

Mendez, Dr 5.00 

Mohr Bros 5.00 

Myers, Herman 25.00 

Myers, Mrs. Lee Roy . . . 5.00 

Nat. Conn. Jewish Women, 25.00 

Newman, Fmile 10.00 

Rosenheim, Joseph .... 10.00 

Selig, Miss Lillie i.oo 

Vetsburg, A 10.00 

Wachstein, F i.oo 

ILLINOIS. 

Champaign. 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 
Chicago. 

Austrian, A. S 5.00 

Binswanger, A. . . , . 5.00 
Deering Harvester Co. Deering 

Harvester. 

De Lee, Dr. J. B. ..... 7.00 

De Lee, S. T 10.00 

De Muth, B. F., 5.00 

Flanagan, A. Books. 

Foreman, Edw, G 5.00 

^Foreman, Gerhard .... 10.00 

Foreman, Oscar G 10.00 

Frank, J 5.00 

Free Sons of Israel, District 

Grand Lodge 25.00 

Germania Lodge No. 58, F. 

S. of 1 5.00 

Golden Eagle Lodge No. 1 96, 

O. B. A 5.00 

Isaiah Sabbath School ... 5.00 

Jacobsou, Rabbi Moses . . 10.00 

Lasker, Albert 5.00 

Liebenstein, Jacob 5.00 

Lowenbach, Wm. L 5.00 

Lowenheim, Dr. A. A. . . . 5.00 

Lytton, Henry C 5.00 

Mandel, Leon 50.00 

Mandel Bros 50.00 

McClurg & Co. Books. 
McCormick Mfg. Co. Mower. 

Morris, Nelson 50.00 

Newman, Jacob 5.00 

Roseubaum, Mrs. M. . . . 15.00 

Rosenthal, Benj 5.00 

SchaflFner, Joseph 5.00 

Schlesinger, L 10.00 

Schlesinger & Mayer . . . 10.00 

* Deceased. 



Simon, David $5-Oo 

Snydacker, Jos. G 5.00 

Stern, Herman 5.00 

Straus, Simeon 5.00 

Strauss, Mrs. Carry L. . '. . 25.00 

Strauss, Henr}' K 5.00 

Strauss, Milton 5.00 

Temple, Ralph 5.00 

Wolff, L. G 5.00 

De Kalb. 

De Kalb Co. Wire and Stretchers. 

Moline. 

Moline Wagon Works. Wagon. 

Freeport. 

Hoffman, Mrs. Carrie . . . 10.00 
Stover Mfg. Co. Corn Sheller. 

Peoria. 

Levy, Rev. Chas. ..... 5.00 

Peoria Charcoal Company . 5.00 
Peoria Cooperage Company 25.00 

Springfield. 

Ernes Lodge No. 67, 1.O.B.B. 10.00 

INDIANA. 

Danville. 

Basch, J I. CO 

Louis, I. H I.oo 

Plaut, Ad I.oo 

Reese, D i.oo 

Strauss, Julius 5.00 

Strauss, Sam. ....... i.oo 

Evansville. 

B'nai Israel Congregation , 10.00 

Lowenthal, Mrs. Theresa . . 10.00 

ThisbeLodgeNo. 24, 1.O.B.B. 5.00 

Fort Wayne. 

Cohn, Rev. Fred 2.00 

Frank, Marx i.oo 

Freiberger, Jos i.oo 

Freiberger, L lo.co 

Johnson, Alex 2.00 

Lafayette. 

Barzillai Lodge No. iii, I. 

O. B. B 10.00 

Ligonier. 

Straus, Ike i.oo 

Terre Haute. 
Gan Eden Lodge, I. O. B. B. 25.00 

Vincennes. 
Gimbel, Mrs. Mary (memorial) 20.00 

IOWA, 

Davenport. 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 
Des Moines. 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100. co 
Lake City. 

Stock Fountain Co. i Dewy Stock 
Fountain. 
Oskaloosa. 

Frankel, 1 10.00 

Waverly. 

Slemmer, A 500.00 



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(For List of Annual Memberships see pp. i6 to 25.) 



KANSAS. 
Great Bend. 

Weil, Mrs. C 25.00 

Leavenworth. 

Ettensofa & Wolf, 5.00 

Salina. 

Rothschild Bros. „ . . . . lo.co 
Topeka. 

Snattinger, M 5.00 

KENTUCKY. 

Henderson. 

Baldauf, Morris 10.00 

Louisville. 

Moses,- Rev. A. 5.00 

Gilmore, Tom 10.00 

Grabfelder, S 50.00 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 

Levy Bros 10.00 

String, B 5.00 

Strouss, H 5.00 

Paducah. 
Harmony Lodge No. 149, I. 

0. B. B 5.00 

Shelbyville. 

Jewish Literary Society . . 5.00 

LOUISIANA. 

Henderson. 

ArshaflFenburg, L. R. ... 5.00 

Stein & Co., J 5.00 

New Orleans. 

B'nai Israel Lodge No. 188, 

1. O. B. B 5.00 

Cerf-Hirsch, Mrs 5.00 

Crescent City Lodge No. 182, 

I. O. B. B . 5.00 

Gulf Lodge No. 221, 1.O.B.B. 2.50 

Hernsheim, Isidor 50.00 

Leucht, Rev. J. L 10.00 

Lyons, F. L 10.00 

MARYLAND. 

Baltimore. 

Bechhofer, A 25.00 

Cahn, Bernard 25.00 

Dillenberg, Noah 5. go 

Fllinger, William 5.00 

Frank, Mrs. Bertha Rayner, 200.00 

Frank, Dr. S. L 25.00 

Gabdy Belt Co. 150 Feet Belting. 
Griffith & Turner Co. Farm Trucks. 

Gutman, Mrs. Joel 25 00 

Hamburger, Ph 25.00 

Hamburger, S. 1 5.00 

Hutzler Bros 25.00 

Lauer, Leon 5.00 

Lehmayer, M 5.00 

Louchheim, Mrs. A 5.00 

Lowenstein, S 5.00 

Murphy & Co. Books. 

Nagles, Sarah i.oo 

Posner, S 25.00 

Rayner, Hon. Isidor .... 25.00 



Rayner, Wm. S $roo.oo 

Schloss, Leon L 10.00 

Sonneborn & Co., Henry . 25.00 

Strauss, A . 3.00 

Ulman, Alfred J 25.00 

Cuinberland. 
Ber Chajim Lodge 177, I. O. 

B. B 5.00 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Boston. 

Abraham & Sons, F. ... 5.00 
Allyn & Bacon. Books. 

Banash, David 5.00 

Barnard, A 5 00 

Barnett, J. S 5.00 

Berwin, 1 5.00 

Burdette & Co. Books. 

Collins, H 5.00 

Crine, H 5.00 

Crohn, M 5.00 

Dinner, J. H 5.00 

Fellner, J 5.00 

"Fishel, Marks 20.00 

Foss, L 5.00 

Foss, M. M 5.00 

Frank, Daniel . 5.00 

Frank, William 5.00 

Frankenstein, Lena .... 5.00 

Franks, J. 5.00 

Friedman, J 5.00 

Friedman, Max 5.00 

Goldschmidt, M 5.00 

Goulston, Edw. S. . . '. . . 5.00 

Gross & vStrauss 5.00 

Hecht Bros 5.00 

Hecht, Leberman & Co. . . 5.00 

Horwitz, N 5.00 

Hyneman, L 5-oo 

Jacobs, Mrs. L 5.00 

Kafifenburgh, Mrs. I. ... 100.00 

Koopman, J 5.00 

Kornfeld, Felix 5.00 

Koshland, J 5.00 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 

Levinson, B 5.00 

Lev^enberg, Jos 5.00 

Mork, A. P 5-00 

Morse, Jacob R ,. . 5.00 

Peary, G. F '. . 5.00 

Peary, Silas 5.00 

Pickert, Lehman 5.00 

Rosenbaum Bros 5.00 

Ratshesky, A. C 5.00 

Ratshesky, LA 5.00 

Rosenfeld, W 5.00 

Rosnosky, Isaac .... 10.00 
Silver, Burdette & Co. Books. 

Slater, A 5.00 

Spitz, Abe P 5.00 

Steinert, Wm 5.00 

Strouse, Ferd 5.00 

Waxman, Nathan 5.00 

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Westheimer, Harry .... fc.oo 

White, A. A 5.00 

Wolff, Herman 5.00 

Cambridge. 
Severs, Chas. W. Books. 

Melford. 

Wan Co., F. W. Follower for Bone 
Griuder. 

Pittsfield. 

Adullam Lodge, No. 326, I. 

0. B. B. . .' 3.00 

Lenoc Sprayer Co. Two Knapsack 

Sprayers, Y^. dozen Cans Bordeau 

Mixture. 
Springfield. 

Ezekiel, Em 5.00 

Merriam & Co.. G. and C. Books. 
Bradley & Co., M. Books. 

MICHIGAN. 

Albion. 

Gale Mfg. Co. Sulky Plow. 
Detroit. 

Montefiore Lodge, I.O.F.S.I. 5.00 

Pesagli Lodge, I. O. B. B. . . 10.00 
Jackson. 

Aspinwall Mfg. Co. Potato Planter. 

Rosenfeld, F 10.00 

Grand Rapids. 

Julius Housman Lodge . . . lo.oo 
Kalniazoo. 

Mishan Lodge No. 247, I. O. 

B. B lo.oo 

MINNESOTA. 
Minneapolis. 

Minneapolis Lodge No. 271, 

1. O. B. B 15.00 

Minneapolis City Lodge No. 

63, O. B. A 5.00 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Colutnbus. 
Joachim Lodge No. 181, I. 

O. B. B , . . • • 2.00 

Creetiville. 

Lewenthal, A., Jr 10.00 

Simmons, Mrs. N. R. ... 5.00 

Myles. 

Tausig, Jos 5.00 

Natchez. 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 140.00 

Vicksburg . 

Isaac, G S-Oo 

Isaac, Mrs. M 5.00 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 

Ruhman, J 5.00 

Ruhman, Mrs. J 5.00 

MISSOURI. 

Kansas City. 

Adler, B 3.00 

Bachrach, Isaac 5.C0 



Baruch, Wm |2.oo 

Benjamin, Alfred 10.00 

Benjamin, David 25.00 

Berkowitz, M . . 5.00 

Bernheimer, G 10.00 

Binswanger, Mrs. E 10.00 

Binswanger, Miss Mona . . 5.00 

Block, Dr. J 10.00 

Block, Sol 100.00 

Block, Sol. and family of Ida M. 

Block. Ida Block Memorial 

Chapel 2000.00 

*Block, Mrs. Sol 5.00 

B'nai Jehudah Congregation 25.00 

Cahn, Eli 5.00 

Cahn, Joseph ... . 10.00 

Cahn, Louis 3.00 

Cash, 10.00 

Cash, 5.00 

Crohn, R. S. ... . . i.oo 

Denebeem, A. ...... . 3.00 

Dreyfus, A. H 3 00 

Flai'sheim, Henry .... 5.00 

Flersheim, A. S 5.00 

^Goldberg, Bruno 3.00 

Goldenberg, J. N 5.00 

Griff, T. W 3.00 

Guettel, H. A 3.00 

Haar, Julien 5.00 

Harzfelt, Sieg 5.00 

Hirsh, S 3.00 

Hj^man, A 5.00 

Isaacs, Isaac i.oo 

Judah, A. 5.00 

Kansas City Lodge No. 184, 

I. O. B. B 25.00 

King David Lodge No. 86, 

O. B. A 5.00 

Klein, Max 3.00 

Lorie, Nathan 5.00 

Lyon, M 3.00 

Mayer, Stanly I.oo 

Michaels, J. 5.00 

Newgass, L i5-oo 

Robinson, A. I i.oo 

Ryder, 1 5.00 

Sachs, Chas 10.00 

Shane, M 5.00 

Shulman, Oscar 5.00 

Siverman, Samuel 5^.00 

Stein, Block & Co 3.00 

Stern, M 3.00 

Weil, T 500 

Weil, Max 5.00 

Wolfson, Rudolph 5.00 

Wollman, Henry 10.00 

Wollman, Morton 10.00 

Woolf, Alfred S. ..... 5.00 

Woolf, Mrs. Mary C. ... 25.00 

Wurmser, A. C 10.00 

Louisiana. 

Michael Bros 3.00 

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List of Contributions and Donations. 

(For I<ist of Annual Memberships see pp. i6 to 25.) 



Si. Joseph. 

Amburg, J |[.oo 

August, Alb. J. 2.00 

Bloch Bros 2.00 

Ehrlich & Son, H 5 00 

Ettinson, H 2.00 

Hirsch, S i.oo 

Ivowenstein, Walter .... 5.00 

Meyer, Julius 5.00 

Newburger, B 5.00 

Schloss, Moses 1.71 

Westheimer, J 2.50 

Westheimer, Samuel . . . 25.00 

St. Louis. 

*Busli, Isidore 20.00 

Ebn Ezra Lodge No. 47 . . 10.00 

Epstein, 1 5.00 

Marx, E. J 5.00 

Progress Lodge No. 53, F.S.I. 5.00 

NEBRASKA. 

Lincoln. 

Mayer & Sons, David . . . 20.00 

Omaha. 
Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 80.00 
Kirschbaum & Sons .... 10.00 
Nebraska Lodge No. 354, I. 

O. B. B 5.00 

NEW JERSEY. 

Atlantic City. 

Rosenblatt, Manus .... 3.00 

Batavia. 

Wiard Plow Co. Weeder. 

Camden. 

Loeb, F. A 5.00 

Loeb, Fred. G. ....,, 5.00 
Loeb, Rudolph 5.00 

Elizabeth. 

Buchs & Sous. Root Cutter. 

Haddonfield. 

Star Milk Cooler Co. Star Milk 
Cooler. 

Hoboken. 

Kirwen, John 5.00 

Kroeh, Chas. Books. 

Millville. 

Rosen, 1 5.00 

Moorestown. 

Doughten, H. W. Potato Digger. 

Newark. 

Bamberger & Co., L. . . . 20.00 

Fuld, Felix ' 5.00 

Lehman, Isaac 10. go 

Leucht, Rev. J 5.00 

Michael, Chas 5-00 

Schlesinger, L 5.00 

Strauss, B 5.00 

Orange. 
Godfrey, Walter 5.00 



* Deceased. 



Paterson. 

Consolidated Brevring Co. . |io.oo 

Helthal, Louis 5.00 

Paterson Brewing Co. . . 10.00 

Upper St. Clair. 
Hart, Jno -. 5.00 

Willington. 
Nash, Duane H. "Acme" Harrow. 

NEW MEXICO. 

Albuquerque. 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 
Santa Fe. 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 

NEW YORK. 

Alba7ty. 

Albany Congregation . . . 25.00 
Gideon Lodge No. 140,1. 0.B.B. 10.00 

Hessberg, Albert, Esq. . . . 25.00 

Amsterdam. 

Levy, S 5.00 

Brooklyn. 

Abraham, A 100.00 

Billwiller, C. J 50.00 

Joachim, B 5.00 

Pentlarge, R 5.00 

Rudy, A. , 5.00 

Buffalo. 

Bryant, J. C. Books. 

Buffalo Congregation . . . 100.00 

Buffalo Forge Co. No. 4 Forge. 

Geiershofer, Isaac 25.00 

Keiser, L. . 10.00 

Pinchas Lodge No. 79, O.B.A. 5.00 

Weil Bros 5.00 

Cohoes. 

Freinsberg, Louis 5.00 

Elmira. 

Empire State Lodge No. 199, 

I. O. B. B 5.00 

Ithaca. 

IthacaLodgeNo.22i,I.O.B.B. 2.00 

Johiistown. 

Richheimer, Miss Sadie . . 5.00 

New York City. 

Abbott, G. L[ 25.00 

Ahrens, S. W , . 25.00 

Alsberg, I , 5.00 

Apple, S. H 5.00 

Appleton & Co. Books. 
Asariah Lodge No. 164, I. O. 

B. B 5.00 

Bache, Mrs. S 5.00 

Beck, Jos. . 5.00 

Benj. Harrison Lodge No. 9, 3.00 
Berlitz & Co. Book. 

Bierhoff, Allen 10.00 

Bruck & Co., Geo 5.00 

Bijur, N 25.00 

Claflin & Co., H. B 50.00 

Constellation Lodge No. 66, 

L O. F. S. 1 5-00 



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Davis, A. M fe-oo 

Degener, John F. . . . . 10.00 
Educational Pub. Co. Books. 

Eureka Silk Co 5.00 

Eechheimer, Fishel & Co. . 10.00 

Fishel, M 10.00 

Fox, Emanuel ....... 5.00 

Funk & Wagnalls Co. . , . 5.00 

Goedecker, H 5.00 

Goldecke, O. C 5.00 

Goldman, M 25.00 

Goldsmith, B 5.00 

Graham & Co. Books. 

Guggenheim, Wm 25.00 

Hahlo, Hugo H 10.00 

HebronLodgeNo. 5, 1.O.B.B. 10.00 

Heine, A. B 5.00 

Heyman, D . 5.00 

Hirsh, Richard 5.00 

Hochstadter, A. F 5.00 

HoflFstedr, 3.00 

Hopeth, Mrs. E i.oo 

Horn, W. J 5.00 

Hyman, D. W 5.00 

Iglauer, Anton ...... 10.00 

Isaacs & Co., A 3.00 

Isachar Lodge No. 7, I. O. 

F. S. 1 5 00 

Isaiah IvodgeNo.49, 1. 0.B.B. 5.00 

Kaufman, Joseph 20.00 

Kleinman, H. D 5.00 

Knight, N. E. ...... . 5.00 

Kohn, Lazarus ..... 50.00 

Ladenburger & Son .... 25.00 

Ladenburger, Theodore . . 40.00 

Laird, Jos. W 5.00 

Lauterbach, Edward J. . . . 100.00 

Levy, A. 5.00 

Levy Bros 25.00 

. Levy, Louis 5.00 

Levy, Mas 5.00 

Lewishon, Adolph 25.00 

Lewishon, Leonard .... 200.00 

Lilienthal, Albert 10.00 

Loeb, Ed 50.00 

Loeb, Emile 25.00 

Loeb, Ferd. L 25.00 

Loeb, Miss A. K 5.00 

Loeb, Louis 50.00 

Loeb, Mrs. Louis 110.00 

Loeb & Schoenfeld .... 25.00 

Lubin, David 10.00 

I50.00 for Uniforms. 

Maas, W 5.00 

Marks, M 5.00 

Mayer, Mrs. Morris .... 30.00 
Maynard, Merrill & Co. Books. 

Menkin, P 5.00 

Morrison, E. ...... 5.00 

Mt. Sinai Lodge No. 270, I. 

O. B. B . . 10.00 

Neuburger, Heine & Co. . . 5.00 

N.Y. Lodge No. 1,1. O.B.B. 3;Oo 

Openhym, Aug , . 10.00 

Romaine, F. H 5.00 



Rosenthal, Sam |5-oo 

Sadler, A. N 5.00 

Sadler, B. F 5.00 

Sadler, Louis H 5.00 

Samuel Bros 5.00 

SchifF, Jacob H 250.00 

SchifFer, Herman 5.00 

Schoenfeld, Mrs. David . , 50.00 

Schoenfeld, Max 105.00 

Schoenfeld, Morris .... 25.00 

Schwab, Abe 10.00 

Seeligman, Henry J. ... 10.00 

Shaw, Thomas F 5.00 

Sheldon & Co. Books. 

Silverman, Dr. Jos. .... 5.00 

Simon, Jacques lo.oo 

Simon, Samuel 10.00 

Singer Manufacturing Co. . 25.00 

Spielman, Chas 25.00 

Spielman & Co., C. .... 5.00 

Spingarn, S. H. . . . . . . 5.00 

Spon & Chamberlain. Books. 

Standard Varnish Works . . 25.00 

Stern, Jacob .' 50.00 

Sternberg, Sig 3.00 

Sternfels, Edwin, i Ton Fertilizer. 

Straus, Nathan 100 00 

Sutro, Richard ...... 50.00 

Tanenbaum, L 5.00 

Tappan, Herman 3.00 

Tuska, Morris 25.00 

Ulman, B 5.00 

Watchhorn, Robert .... 5.00 

Wolf, Mrs. L 5.00 

Wolff, Mervyn 5.00 

Yeorgason, J. S 10.00 

Yorkville Lodge No. 61, I. 

O. S. B 3.00 

Zeckendorf, Louis 5.00 

Zucker, Samuel 5.00 

Niagara Falls. 

Silberberg, Moses 5.00 

Pen Van. 

Davis, Jacob 5.00 

Plattsburgh. 

Joel Lodge No. 118, 1. O.B.B. 10.00 

Rochester. 

Wile, Julius M. ..... . 10.00 

Syracuse. 

Danziger Bros 5.00 

Eisner, Dr. Henry L. ... 10.00 

Freeman, George 5.00 

Guttman, Rev. Dr. A. . . . 3.00 

Harvey, Wm. C 5.00 

Jacobson, Dr. N 5.00 

Marshall, Benj 5.00 

ReubenLodgeNo. 42, 1.O.S.B. 2.93 

Syracuse Chilled Plow Co. Culti- 
vator. 

Thalheimer, G 5.00 

Tottenville. 

Levinson, Henry 3.00 

Troy. 

Searle, W. W 5.00 



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List of Contributions and Donations. 

(For List of Annual Memberships see pp. i6 to 25.) 



Union Center. 
Edsen, W. L. 



Root Cutter. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

Statesville. 

Wallace, Isidor |io.oo 

Wilson. 

Oettinger, David 5.00 

Oettinger, Mrs. David . . . 100.00 

OHIO. 

Cincinnati. 

Aub, Sam'l 5.00 

Bloch, Abe 5.00 

Block, Leon 5.00 

Fletcher, Victor 10.00 

Freiberg, Jos 5.00 

Freiberg, J. W. .."... . 5.00 

Freiberg, Morris . . . . . 5.00 

Goodheart, Wm 10.00 

Harris, Geo. W 5.00 

Harris, Marcus 5.00 

Hirsch, Simon 5.00 

K. K. Bene Yeshurun Cong. 50.00 

Klein, Simon 5.00 

Lauer, Henry 5.00 

Levy, Harry M 5.00 

Loewenstein, L. H 10.00 

Mack, Mrs. M. C. . . , . . 5.00 

Mack, Mrs. M. W 5.00 

Mack, Mrs. Willard .... 5.00 

Magnus, Jos. A 5.00 

*Mayer, L. . . 5.00 

Michalovitch, B 5.00 

Mocb, Albert 200.00 

Moch, Berman & Co. . . . 20.00 

Moyse, Julius 5.00 

Mt. Carmel Lodge No. 20, 

I. O. B. B 10.00 

Offner, Alex , 5.00 

Pritz, Benj 15.00 

Pritz, Sidney ....... 5.00 

Pritz. Sol. W. .... 5.00 

Rheinstrom, Sig 10.00 

Scheuer, Jacob 5-oo 

Shlesinger, Sig 5.00 

Shohl, Charles 5.00 

Stern, A. S 5.00 

Straus, Chas. ....... 5- 00 

Strauss, Henry 5.00 

Thurnauer, M 15.00 

"Weiskopf, D. W. ..... 5.00 

Westheimer, Morris .... 5.00 

Wyler, Isaac 5.00 

Circleville. 

Cash 5.00 

Cleveland. 
Baron DeHirsch Lodge No. 

454, I. O. B. B 5.00 

Black, Morris 10.00 

Daniels, M i.oo 

Einstein, Herman 5.00 

Biseman, Chas 5.00 

• Deceased. 



Feiss, Julius . $5-oo 

Feiss, Paul 5.00 

Gries, Rev. M 10.00 

Heilbron, H i.oo 

Hexter, Kaufman 2.00 

Hexter, Lewis i.oo 

Hexter, N i.oo 

Meyer, Mrs. Max 3.00 

Scheuer, S. A i.oo 

Schlesinger, S 5.00 

Wertheim, Max 2.00 

Wertheim, S. T i.oo 

Wolff, Lewis M. .... 5.00 

Columbus. 

Irish, Frank V. Books. 
The Kilbourne & Jacobs Mfg. Co. 
Dump Cart. 

Lazarus, F. & R 10.00 

Lazarus, Fred 5.00 

Dayton. 

Cong. Brith Jacob 11.00 

Cong. K. K. B., I.oo 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 

Wertheim, Max .... 2.00 

Medina. 

Root Publishing Co., A. I. 

Mt. Vernon. 

Meyers, Mrs. M 3.00 

Springfield . 

Foos Mfg. Co. Corn Harvester. 

Westerville. 
Bennett & Co., H. L. Handy Farm 
Wagon. 

OREGON. 

Portland. 

Blumauer, M. and P. . . . 5.00 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 410.00 

Lehman Blum Lodge . . . 5.00 
Levisohn, L. J. Books. 

Liebman, M 5.00 

Neustadter, B 5.00 

Portland Lodge No. 416, 

I. O. B. B 20.00 

Selling, Ben ........ 5.00 

Swett, Isaac 3.00 

Thanhauser, L 5.00 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Allentown. 

Astrich, Louis 5.00 

Feldman, Mrs. Anna (in 

memory of husband . . . 5.00 

Feldman, Mrs. A. M. ... 5.00 
Ashburne. 

Lea, John F 5.00 

Bloontsburg. 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 
Bradjord. 

Don Abarbonel Lodge No. 85, 

L O. S. B 3.00 

Greeuewald, Mrs. J. C. . . 5.00 

Kennedy, S. P 5.00 



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(For lyist of Annual Memberships see pp. i6 to 25.) 



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Brookville. 

Gatz, Jno $5-oo 

Carlisle. 

Berg, Herman 5.00 

Livingston, J 10.00 

Ivivingstone, Jacob .... 100.00 

Chester. 
Sharpless, P. M. Cream Separater. 

Cochranville. 
Brosius & Co. Dehorning Clippers. 

Danville. 

Grove, R, M 5.00 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 106.00 
Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 60.00 

Louis, I. H 1. 00 

Mayer, Rev. A., 

Tuition Donation .... 79.00 
Scarlet, James 10.00 

Doylestown. 

Buckman, E. H. Lumber. 
Burpee, Atlee. Guernsey Bull and 

Books. 
Dungan, Wallace. Lamb. 

Gunegan, J. C i.oo 

Kirhe, Dr. Wm. Medical Services. 
Levy, Jonas. Overalls. 
McLaughlin, Dan'l .... 55.00 

Mercer, H. C 6.00 

Worthington, F. L 10.00 

Easton. 

Rosenbaum, Levi 5.00 

Stern, Miss Mary 2.00 

Glenside. 

Child, Wm. 5 Thorough-bred Fowls. 

Harrisburg. 

Freedman, S i.oo 

Jackson Mfg. Co. 3 Wheel-barrows. 

Marks, Herman , 5.00 

Pike, H 30.00 

Salem Lodge No. 26, 1.O.B.B. 5.00 
State. Books. 

Johnsonburg . 

Deiches, F 2.00 

Ke7inet Square. 

Good Roads Machinery Co. Drag 
Scraper. 

Lancaster. 

Astrich, Bruno 25.00 

Cohn, B. M 10.00 

Moss, S. R 10.00 

Moss, S. R 5.00 

Rosenstein, A 5.00 

Rosenthal, Rev. 1 5.00 

Langhorne . 

Branson, Jas. L 200.00 

Branson, J. L. Bushes and Shrubs. 
Branson, J. L. Roses (2 dozen). 
Branson, J. L. Apple Trees. 
Branson, J. L. Guernsey Cow. 
Branson, J. L. Laundry . . 250.00 

Lansdale. 

Heebner & Sons. Level Tread Horse 
Power. 



Mechanicsburg . 

Comstock, G. S. Farm Bell. 
McKeesport. 

Corn, S. B. . $5.00 

Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society 5.00 

Sunstein, 1 5.00 

Meadville. 

Meadville Lodge 2.00 

Milton. 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 
Newton. 

Chambers, A. Land poller. 
Ogontz. 
*Loeb, Mrs. Theresa .... 20.00 

Loeb, Mrs. J. Bbl. of Apples. 

Loeb Memorial Greenhouse, 
by family of the late 
Theresa Loeb, .... 1300.00 
Oil- City. 

Koos, Bmile ....... 2.00 

Mayer, Ludwig 10.00 

Philadelphia. 

Abeles, Simon 25.00 

A Friend 5.00 

A Friend 6.00 

A Friend 3.00 

A Friend. 3 Wheelbarrows. 

Allen, Clarence 10.00 

Allen & Co. No. 2 Seed Drill. 

Anspach, Mrs. M 2.00 

Appel, Alex 10.00 

Armhold, Rev. Wm 3.00 

Arnold, Mrs. Lottie .... 5.00 

Arnold, Miss Julia 10.00 

Arnold, Max 5.00 

Asher, Sol 35-00 

Bacharach, Mrs. Bmma . . 10.00 
Bacharach, Gus. Flag Pole. 

Bacharach, Mrs. S 5.00 

Bachenheimer, Mrs i.oo 

Bachman, F. H 185.00 

Baird, Henry C. Books. 
Baker & Co. Brass Tablets. 
Balbrine & Johnson. Library Chairs. 

Ball, Dr. M 5.00 

Baltz Brewing Co., J. & P. . 100.00 

Bamberger, A. J. & L. J. . . 10.00 

Bamberger, Leopold . . . 200.00 

Bamberger, Mrs. L 25.00 

Bamberger, Maurice .... 25.00 

Bamberger, Max 175.00 

1 pr. thoroughbred prize Chickens. 
Bamberger, Mrs. Max . . . 25.00 

Bed-room Furniture. 

Bartol, Mrs. E. J 200.00 

Bauer, Benj 5.00 

Baugh, Miss Margaret L. . 200.00 

Bash, Mrs. M 141.00 

2 Pictures and Books. 

Baum & Co. Case of Whiskey. 

Bayersdorfer, Sidney . . . 5.00 

* Deceased. 



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( For lyist of Annual Memberships see pp. i6 to 25.) 



Bayersdorfer, Wm. Florists'Supplies 

*Bedichimer, Isaac Is-oo 

Bedichimer, Mrs. L 5.00 

Behal, Mrs. S 5.00 

Behal, Mrs. M 5.00 

Bellak Sons, James .... 5.00 

Benson, R. Dale 25.00 

Benswanger, E 10.00 

Benzinger Bros. Books. 

Berg, Miss Gertrude . 10 00 

Berg Fertilizer Co. i Ton Fertilizer. 

3 Bags Fertilizer. 

Berkowitz, B. I, 20.00 

Betz, J. F 5.00 

Biddle Hardware Co. 

Binswanger, Sol. White Lead Paint. 

Blankiston Sons & Co. Books. 

Block, Simon L 85.00 

Bloomingdale, Mrs. Belle S. 5.00 

Blum Bros 200.00 

Blum, Isaac 125.00 

Blum, Mrs. Ralph 165.00 

Bedding. 

Blum, R 100.00 

Folding Bed and Calf. 
Blum, Gabriel. Horse and Books. 

Blum, Mrs. Gabriel .... 145.00 

Blum, Theresa Evelyn . . . 10.00 

Blumberg, Samuel .... 5.00 

Blumentha], H. B 110.00 

Blumenthal, Sol 100.00 

Bookbinder, lyouis. Mirrors and 

Pictures. 

Bowers, A. J. S 5.00 

Boys' Charitable Association 5.00 

Bradford, Elizabeth & Anna 40.00 

Branukin, P. J 5.0D 

Braun, John. Lawn Mower. 

Brooks, Jos. L 5.00 

Broga, A. M 10.00 

Buckman, E. H. 1000 ft. Hemlock 

Board. 
Bunting, Mr. Bedding. 

Cabala, Mrs. G. L 50.00 

Campbell, Wm 5.00 

Caldwell & Co., J. E. ... 25.00 

Carpenter, M 5.00 

Cash, 50.00 

Cash, 25.00 

Cash, 20.00 

Cash, 10.00 

Cash 7.00 

Cash, 5.00 

Cash, 5.00 

Cash 25.00 

Casseres, Miss Ida H. . . . 10.00 

Cauffmann, Emil 25.00 

Chicago Merchandi.se Co. Matting. 
Clarke, E. Bradford. Box Crackers. 

Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. 50.00 

Class & Nachod Brewing Co. 50.00 

Cohen, Jos 20.00 

Cohen, M. K 25.00 



* Deceased. 



Confirmants of 1895 of 

Keneseth Israel . . $50.00 

Confirmation Class of 1897 

of Keneseth Israel, . . . 75.50 
Confirmation Class of 1899 

of Keneseth Israel .... 60.00 

Converse, Jno. H 25.00 

Corbin, P. and F. 20 lbs. Spikes. 

Cornell, Jno 5.00 

Cox Stove Co 25.00 

Crescent Mfg. Co. Gallon Fly De- 
stroyer. 

DaCosta, H. R 5.00 

Dairyman's Supply Co. CalfWeaner 

and Feeder. 
Dalsimer & Sons, Sylvan . 100.00 

Dalsimer, Leon 10.00 

Dannenbaum, Morris E. . . 60.00 
Danneubaum, Mrs. Henr'ta 60.00 
Darmstadter, M. Clothing. 

Davenport, Harry 5.00 

Davidson, Mrs. Amelia . . 5.00 
Davis, Edward T. . . . . 10.00 

Davis, Henry 5.00 

Deacon, H. R. 500 ft. Hemlock Board 

Dercum, Dr 5.00 

Diligent Sewing Circle. Towels, 
Sheets, Pillow Cases, Shirts and $5 

Dilks, G 5.00 

Dilsheimer, A 15.00 

Dilsheimer, Mrs. A. (in mem- 
ory of Theo. Weil) . . 5.00 
Dilsheimer, Ferdinand . . lo.co 
Disston & Sons. 13 Saws. 
Dobson, John . . ... 100.00 

Doherty, J. P 5.00 

Dolan, Thos 100.00 

Downsborough, H 10.00 

Dreifus. Hoes and Rakes. 
Duhriug, Rev. Dr. D. H. 5 Century 
Plants. 

Dukiu & Biddle 5.00 

Dunlap. H. C 5.00 

Eagle Mattress Co. Six Mattresses. 

Eicbholz, Ad 5.00 

Eiseman, B. & W 20.00 

Eisner, Mrs. Sarah, theZadok Eisner 
Chemical Laboratory . . 2150.00 
Eisner, Miss Laura. Sideboard. 
Eldredge & Bros. Books. 
Elliott. A. G. Five Rolls Sheathing.. 

Ellis, J. D 10.00 

Emsheimer, H. E 5.00 

Engel, J s.oo 

Epstein, E. 21 Volumes Agricul- 
tural Books. 

Espen, Frank 5.00 

Estej' & Bruce. Organ. 

Eureka Silk Co 5.C' 

Fabi;m, ]Miss Ada lo.oc' 

Fabian, Dr. L. J S-Oo 

Faith, Sam ' 10.00 

Faust, Mrs 2.00 

Fernberger, Herman W. . . 5.00 
Fernberger, Sam. W. ... 5.00 



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Fischler, H $10.00 

Fleisber, Miss Alice .... 2.00 
Fleislier, Mrs. Henry . . . 5.00 
Fleisber, Mrs. Martha . . . 15.00 

Fleisber, Penrose 50.00 

■•^Fleisber, Simon 30.00 

Fleisber, S. B 300.00 

Folz, Leon H 10.00 

Folz, Mrs. Iv 5.00 

Fouse, L. G 5.00 

Francis Bros. & Jellett . . 50.00 
Frank, Mrs. H. Base-ball Outfit. 

Frank, H. M 10.00 

Frank, Jacob 5.00 

Frank, Jacob »S 5.00 

Frank, Martin 5.00 

Frank, Mrs. Rosa 10.00 

Freidenreicb, Mrs. M. . . . 5.00 

Fridenberg, S. L 3.00 

Fridenberg, S. M 5.00 

Friedberger, Mr. and Mrs. Simon. 

Buf^gy, Horse and 2 Sets Harness. 

Friedman, Mrs. L, 10.00 

Friend. Barrel Flour. 
Friend. 3 Wheelbarrows. 
Furstenburg, David. Roses and Rose 

Cuttings. 

Furth & Singer, 10.00 

Gans, Aaron 10.00 

Gans, Walter 5.00 

Garrett, Buchanan & Co. Five Rolls 

Sheathing. 

Garrett, William C 60.00 

Gerson, Isaac 10.00 

Gerstle, Joseph 5.00 

Gerstley, Louis 125.00 

Gerstley, Mrs. Louis .... 25.00 
Gerstley, Master Sam . . . 5.00 

Gerstley, Wm 25.00 

Gest, John B 5.00 

Getz, Mrs. M. (collected) . . 16.00 
Gibson, John W. Books. 

Gimbel, Ben 55-00 

*Gimbel, Daniel 5.00 

Gimbel, Mrs. Ellis . . : . . 10.00 
Gimbel Bros. Office Furniture. 
Girard Lumber Co. 500 ft. Hemlock 

Boards. 

Goldsmith, B 5.00 

Goldstein, Siegfried .... 10.00 

"Goodin, M. H. ...... 25.00 

Goodman, Sam'l W 10.00 

Books. 
Gould Bros. & Co. yi doz. Looking 

Glasses. 

Graft, Max . 5.00 

Graham, Hugh. Roses (3 dozen). 

Graham, Hugh 25.00 

Graham, Hugh 5.00 

Grant, Adolph. Assembly Room 

Furniture, 150 Sash Bars and 1000 

Bricks. 
Greenabaum, M. S 5.00 



* Deceased. 



Greenebaum, Dr. & Mrs. Max fc.oo 

Greenewald, B. F 25.00 

Greenewald, Oscar .... 5.00 
Greenpoint Metallic Bed Co. i doz. 

Iron Beds. 
Gueterman, Mrs. Henry . 2.50 

Gueterman, Mrs. H. Box Oranges. 

Hagedorn, J. 100.00 

*Hagedorn, Mrs. J. F. ... 20.00 

Hahn, Theodore 5.00 

Hanawer, Wm. Fertilizer. 
Harrison, Wm. B. Books. 

Harrison, C. C 100.00 

Harrity, Wm. F 25.00 

Har Sinai Lodge No. 8, I. O. 

B. B 20.C0 

Hawkins, Henry C. . . . . 5.00 
Hebrew Charity Ball Ass'n, 500.00 

Hecht, Sam 5.00 

Heebner, Sam'l 10.00 

Heilbron, S 5.00 

Heilbron, Sigmund . . . . 25.00 
Heilbroner, Jacob ..... 5.00 
Heller, Mrs. Herman . . . 10.00 

Herzberg, Gus 20.00 

Herzberg, Hyman 10.00 

Herzberg, Mrs. P 5.00 

Herzberg Bros. ^ doz. Pairs Overalls 
Hess, Adolph ... 8.00 

Hess & Bro., S. M. Fertilizer. 

Hess, Mrs. Jos 10.00 

Hey man, Henry 50.00 

Heyman, Theodore ... 10.00 

Hey wood Bros. & Co. Library Chairs 
Hice, Wm., Jr. ..... 5.00 

Hirsch & Co. Yz doz. Waiter Jackets. 

Hirschberger & Bro 5.00 

Hirschler, Moses 25.00 

Hirsh, A. . . . , 5.00 

Hirsh, Mrs. David 10.00 

Hirsh & Brother 50.00 

Hirsh, Wm 5.00 

HofFheimer, Mrs. L i.oo 

Hoffman, Julius 10,00 

Hope, B. (Memorial) . . . 25.00 

Hope, J 5.00 

Horr, Mrs. Sarah A 10.00 

Houseman, B. F. .... 20.00 
Howe & Co. Boyd's Business Direc- 

toiy. 

Huey & Christ 10.00 

Huey, Samuel B., Esq. . . 25.00 

Hughes & Miiller, 25.00 

Hunsicker, J. Q. 

Hunt, G. W 25,00 

Hunt, Mrs. Isaac P 5.00 

Hunt, Wilkinson & Co. Extension 

Table. 
Hygiene Feather & Down Company. 

Pillows. 

Hyneman, Edw 5.00 

Iowa Seed Co. Iowa Silver Mine Corn 

Iliowizi, Rev. H 5.00 

Irwin, E. C 10.00 

Isaacs, Mrs. I. S. (Memorial) 5.00 



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List of Contributions and Donations. 

(For lyist of Annual Memberships see pp. i6 to 25.) 



Isaacs, Mamie Is 00 

Jacobs, Jacob 5.00 

Jaulus, Mrs. Albert. 

Jeitles, James 10.00 

Jewish Publication Society. Jewish 

Literature. 

Jonas, Herman 125.00 

Jones, J. C 3.00 

Jordan, Dr. Robert .... 20.00 

Josephson, Sadie Bash . . . 5.00 

Kaas, Andrew 25.00 

Kahn, I. H 10.00 

Kahn, S. M 10.00 

Kammerer, J. F 10.00 

Katz, A 3.00 

Katz, Marcus 10.00 

Katzenberg, 1 10.00 

Katzenberg, Lucien & Milton 25.00 

Kaufman, A 35-oo 

Kaufman & Bowers, .... 50.00 

Kaufman, Jos 25.00 

Kaufman, Mrs. Matilda . . 45.00 

Kitchen Utensils. 
*Kaufman, Wm. Furniture. 

Kaufman & Rubin .... 25.00 

Kaufmann, Mr. & Mrs. M. A. 100.00 

Kayser & Allman. Double and 

Single Set Harness; Horse. 

Kehr, Ferd . . 5.00 

Kelley, Robert. White I.ead. 
Keneseth Israel Congrega- 
tion Alumnae 5.00 

Keneseth Israel Confirmation Class 

of '97. School Room Furniture. 

Ketcham, John K 5.00 

Kind, Sam'l 55-oo 

Kind, Sam'l (Memorial) . . 50.00 

Kirschbaum, Mrs. Abe . . . 25.00 

Kirschbaum & Co., A. B. . 150.00 

Kirshbaum, Bern 20.00 

Klein, Henry 10.00 

Kleinman, S 5.00 

Klonower, Dr. Amelia. Professional 

Services. 
Klonower, O. Books. 

Kohlberg, I. L. . . . .^ . . 5.00 
Kohler, I. Books. 
Kohn, Mrs. A. Glasses. 

Kohn, Arnold 50.00 

Kohn, Harry E 5.00 

Kohn, 1 5.00 

Kohn, Simon 100.00 

Kohn, Simon I. and Samuel 100.00 

Kraus, S. C 5.00 

Krauskopf, Dr. (in memory 

of B. Barman) 25.00 

Krauskopf, Dr. (Foundation 

Fund) 2500.C0 

Krauskopf, Dr. (funerals and 

weddings in 1897) .... 605.00 
Krauskopf, Dr. (funerals and 

weddings in 1898) .... 655.00 
Krauskopf, Dr. (funerals and 

weddings in 1899) .... 785.00 
* Deceased. 



Krauskopf, Dr. Jos. & Mrs. Clock. 
Krauskopf, Dr. Joseph. Memorial 

Greenhouse 1500.00 

Krauskopf, Dr. Jos. Magic Lantern 

and Books. 

Kreamer, Geo. W 10.00 

Krietzman, Louis .... 3.00 

Labe, Mrs. Benj. (Memorial) 10.00 

Labe, Marion G 8.00 

Ladies' Auxiliary Board.' Utensils, 

Furniture and fi5.66. 
Lalance & Grosjean. i doz. Agate 

Pitchers, i^ doz. Agate Cups. 

Landauer, Mrs. W. B 10.00 

Landreth & Son. Syringe for Green- 
house. 

Lang, G. H 5.00 

Langfeld, A. M 100.00 

Langfeld Bros 50.00 

Langfeld, Morris 25.00 

Leach, Shewell & Sanborn. Books. 

Leberman, L. M 50.00 

Leffman, Dr. Henry .... 20.00 

Leopold, M 5.00 

Levi, Newton and Edgar . . 6.50 

*Levi, Sam. N 10.00 

Levi, Mrs. S. N 5.00 

Levy, Mrs. A 5.00 

Levy, Benj 5.00 

Levy, Mrs. Emanuel .... 5.00 

Levy, Mrs. Gerson .... 25.00 

Levy, Jessie i.oo 

Levy, Rabbi J. Leonard . . 10.00 

Levy, Max 5.00 

Levy, Mrs. Max 5.00 

Levy, Ignatius and Clara . . 5.00 

*Lewin, Ph 100.00 

*Lichten, Aaron 25.00 

Lichten, M. H 51.00 

Steam Pipes for Greenhouse. 

Lieberman, Adolph .... 5.00 
Lieberman, Em., family of. 

Set of Furniture. 

Lieberman, Joseph Wistar , 5.00 

Lipper, A.' 10.00 

Lipper, M. W 45.00 

Lipper, Mrs. M. W 25.00 

Furniture. 
Lippincott & Co. Books. 

Lipschutz, B 5.00 

Lipshuetz, G 3.00 

Lit, Jacob 160.00 

Lit, Sam. 100.00 

Lit, Mrs. S. D. Shades. 

Loeb, Addie K 10.00 

Loeb, Arthur ...... 5.00 

Loeb, Edward A 100.00 

Loeb, Ferd. G 5.00 

Loeb, Ferd. Incubator. 

Loeb, Mrs. Horace .... 10.00 

Loeb, Howard 10.00 

Loeb, Joseph 25.00 

Loeb, Mrs. Jos 5.00 

Loeb, Mrs. J. Barrel of Apples. 

Loeb & Louchheim .... 25.00 



List of Contributions and Donations. 

(For List of Annual Memberships see pp. 16 to 25.) 



37 



IvOeb, Leopold Iio.oo 

Loeb, Marks B 5.00 

Loeb, Michael and Friends. Horse, 
Cow and Calf. 

Loeb, Michael 25,00 

Loeb, Mrs. M 2.50 

Longstreth, W. W 200.00 

Louchheira, H. F 5.00 

Loucbheim, Jos. . . 50.00 

Lowenstein, Mrs. H.& Miss E. 5.00 
Lubin, S. Fye Glasses and Ther- 
mometers. 

Lucas & Co., John 5.00 

Paint. 

Lukens Bros 5.00 

Maccaulay, Jas 5.00 

Manderbach, Mary .... 10.00 

Manning, Katharine S. . . 10.00 

Marietta Mfg. Co. Portable Forge. 
Marks, D. Case Stuffed Birds. 

Marks, I. S i.oo 

Marquis, M 5.00 

Marschuetz, Mrs. Jos., 

(Memorial) 5.00 

Mason, F. W. Bone Grinder. 

Massey, Thomas 5.00 

Massman, Mrs. A. E., 

(Memorial) 5.00 

Mauran, Frank 5.00 

May, Morris 20.00 

May, Samuel 10.00 

May, Simon 5.00 

Mayer, Levi ........ 25.00 

Mayer, L. M 5.00 

McClure, A. K 5.00 

McCreary, Geo. D 25.00 

Mears, Wm. & Co 10.00 



Men kin, Julia 

Meyerhofif, M. S. . . . 
Miller, Clarence E. . . 
Miller, Gustav .... 

Miller, Sol. 

Moldauer, M 

Montgomery, Dr. E. E. 
Moro Philips Chem'l Co. 
Morse & Co., Wm. . . 



. . I.oo 
. . 5.00 

. . 5.00 
. . 5.00 
. . 25.00 
. . 5.00 
. . 5.00 
Fertilizer. 
25.00 



Morwitz, Jos., in memory of 

his father, 100.00 

Muhr, Jacob 100.00 

Muhr, Mrs. Fannie. Two Pictures. 
Myers, Angelo 605.00 

Horse and Microscope. 

Myers, M 10.00 

Nathan, Mrs. S 5.00 

Nathanson, H. M 400.00 

through M. M. Newman, for Dairy 

Fund. 
National Metal Edge Box Co. 100 

Flower Boxes. 
Needle Work Guild. T^vo Bags of 

Garments. 
Netter, David. Box Medicinal 

Liquors. 

Netter, Henry H 5.00 

Neustadter, Rose 5.00 



10.00 
10.00 



2 Kegs 



5. CO 



Newburger, Morris .... I50.00 

Newman, M. M 166.66 

Nirdlinger, Mr.&Mrs.Sam.F 525.00 
North Bros. Ice Cream Freezer. 
Oppenheimer, Abraham . . 35.00 
Pemberton, Clifford Jr. . . 5.00 

Perot, Chas. P. 5.00 

Perrine & Son, J. S 25.00 

Pfaelzer, Morris 

Pfaelzer, Simon 

Pfaelzer, Simon, in memor}- 

of Cassie Theob. Pfaelzer, 

Arbor Day, April 27, 1900, 100.00 
Phila. & Reading R. R., 13 Carloads 

Cinders. 
Philadelphia Hardware Co. 

Nails. 
Philadelphia Lodge of Elks 
Philadelphia Lodge No. 34, 

0. K. S. B 

Polak, Jos. Passover Cakes 

Pole, Ex-Magistrate. Gas Fixtures. 

Pollitz, Edw 25.00 

Pollock, H. A 5.00 

Pope, Miss Josephine . . . 3.00 

Potter, J. S 5.00 

Powdermaker Sons, in mem- 
ory of their father .... 200.00 

Pulaski, Frank. Pictures. 

Raif, Raymond S 

Ralph, Wm. F 

Rappaport Lodge No. 35, 

1. O. F. S. 1 10.00 

Rawson Mfg. Co. Bed Springs. 
Reading R.R. Co. Car Load Cinders. 
Rech & Son. Carriage. 

Reeves, F. B 

Reinheimer, Mrs. I. . . 
Reinheimer, Louis . . 
Richardson, Mrs. H. P. 

Robinson, E. L 

Roff, Mrs. A. L 

Rosenau Bros. 2^ doz. Straw Hats. 

Rosenbaum, A 5.00 

Rosenbaum, Mrs. H. D. . . 5.00 

"''Rosenbaum, Jos. . . , . . 100.00 
Rosenberg, Arthur .... 25.00 

Rosenberg, Hugo 10.00 

Rosenberg, Mrs. Sallie . . . 10.00 
Rosengarten, J. G. . , . . . 200.00 

Rosenthal, Mrs. S 5.00 

Rosine, Mr. and Mrs. M. . 25.00 

Rosskam, Isaac 100.00 

Rothschild & Baum. Medicinal 
Liquors. 

Rothschild, M 10.00 

Rothschild, Mrs. M. 2 doz. Glasses 
and Barrel Flour. 

Rothschild, Sol 10.00 

Rowe, Dr. Leo S 10.00 

Rutter, Henry E., Jr. ... 10.00 
Sailer, Mrs. Esther .... 25.00 

*Schemm, Peter A. . , ... 100.00 



5.00 
5.00 



5.00 
3.00 
5.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 



* Deceased. 



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List of Contributions and Donations. 

(For List of Annual Memberships see pp. i6 to 25.) 



Schilling, Geo. F 15.00 

Schloss & Roedelheim, . . " 25.00 

Scholder, Harry 41.66 

5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



Schwab, Mrs. Flora 
Schwartz, Isaac A. 
Schweriner, E. 



Schweriner, Theo. Overalls and 

Slippers. 

Segal, H 25.00 

Selig, Ely K. Yz doz. Uniforms. 

Selig, Emil ' 5.00 

Selig, Mr. and Mrs. Sol. . . 10.00 

Sessler, Chas 10.00 

Books. 
Shannon Mfg. Co. i Keg Nails. 

Sharp, S. S. .!.... . 5.00 

Sheip & Vandergrift . . . . 5.00 

Sheppard & Co., I. A. . . . 25.00 

Shoneman Bros 10.00 

Showell & Fryer ..... 50.00 

Shoyer, C. C 10.00 

Shoyer, Louis 5.00 

Shoyer, Richard 5.00 

Sichel, Mrs. J. (Memorial) . 67.50 
Sichel, Louis. Six Mattresses. 

Sickels, A. 5.00 

Sickles, Sol 5.00 

Siedeubach, Henry .... 5.00 

Silberstein, Mrs. A 5.00 

Silberman, Mrs. Ida .... 50.00 

Silverman, I. H. i Set Dinner Dishes 
Simon, Mrs. M. (in memory 

of Flora Wolf) 15.00 

Simon, L. S. 5.00 

Simonson, Mrs. S 5.00 

^Singerly, Wm. M 100.00 

Smith, M. J 5.00 

Smith & Co., E. B 5.00 

Snellenburg, Claudia . . . 5.00 

Snellenburg, Mrs. Clara . . 50.00 

(Memorial.) 

Snellenburg, Harry .... 25.00 

Snellenburg, Hortense . . . 50.00 

Snellenburg, Mrs. Nathan . 50.00 
Snellenburg, Nath. Box Clothing. 
Snellenburg & Co., N. Clothing. 

Snellenburg, Josephine . . 5.00 

Snellenburg, Samuel . . . 100.00 

Snellenburg, Mrs. S. ... 75.00 

Snydacker, Jos. G 5.00 

Sondheim, Mr. and Mrs. J. . 40.00 

Soulas, Chas 10.00 

Springer, Emanuel (in 

memory of Linda Springer 

Langfeld) 50.00 

Stafford, Jno 5.00 

Steele, Robert T 25.00 

Steffan, A. W 

Steigerwalt, S. A. . . . , 
Steinbach, Dr. L. W. -. , 

Steinert, H. S 

Stern, Chas. K 

Stern, David H , 



5.00 

3. CO 
10.00 

5.00 
25.00 

5.00 



Deceased. 



Stern, F Is-oo 

Stern, M. H 110.00 

Stern, Mrs. M. H. . . , . 20.00 

Stern, Jacob 10.00 

^Stern, Mrs. Jacob 2.00 

Stern berger, Sam 100.00 

Sternberger & Co. Working Shirts. 

Sternberger, S 5.00 

Sternfeld, Henry. Cow and Calf. 

Stewardson, Thos 15.00 

Strauss, Ben 10.00 

Strouse, Thanhauser & Co. 10.00 
Summers & Co. , H. P. Apple Butter. 

Sundheim, Julius 25.00 

Swartley, H. C 5.00 

Teller, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. . 75.00 

Teller, F 10.00 

Temple Sewing Circle. Pillow Slips, 

Towels and Sheets. 
Thanhauser, Morris .... 5.00 

Thomas, Geo. C 100.00. 

Tickner, Mrs. H. J. Passover and 
Purim Cakes, Books and Maga- 
zines. 
Tileite Mfg. Co. Five gal. Mixed 
Paints. 

Trautmann, Dr. B 16.66 

Trenner, Simeon. Botanical Dis- 
secting Set. 

Trimby, M 5.00 

*Trimby, E. D. Dining Room Chairs. 
Tuck, J. and wife, in mem- 
ory of, by their children . 1000.00 
Tully, Jas. ...... 10.00 

Ullman, G. Wm 5.00 

Uniform Caps. 
Ullman, Mrs. and Friends. Bed 

Linen and Toweling. 
U. S. Agricultural Bureau. 10 lbs. 

Sugar Beet Seed. 
Vaughan.J.C. Bulbs for Greenhouse 
Voorhees & Bro., G. S. 7 thorough- 
bred Fowls,Tools and Implements 

Wanger, Harry 10.00 

Wanger, Irving P. Government 

Publications. 
Warburtou, Barclay, .... 5.00 
Warner & Co., Wm. R. Drugs and 

Medicines. 
Weber & Co. 3 Chairs, 2 Rockers, 
I Blacking Box. 

Wedell, Mrs. R. P 50.00 

Weil, Louis. Overalls. 

Weil, Jacob 25.82 

Weil, Mrs. J 5.00 

*Weil, Samuel 5.00 

Weil, Mrs. Sam'l (Memorial) 10.00 
Wei], L. J. and H. F. ... 10.00 

Weiler, Herman 150.00 

Weinman, C 60.00 

Weinman, Mrs. Chas. 4 Volumes 

Nicholsen's Work and $65.00; also 

for Memorial Library I125.00. 

Weinman, Mrs. Jacob . . . 15.00 

Weinman, M 5-oo 



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(For List of Annual Memberships see pp. i6 to 25.) 



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Weinman, Mrs. E $10.00 

Weinman, Miss Rita .... 5.00 
Wertheimer, Fred . . . . . 10.00 

Wertlieimer, H. S 5.00 

Wertheimer, Jos 5.00 

Wertheimer, Samuel . . . 20.00 
Wetherill & Co., Geo. White Paint. 
Whildeu Pottery Co. iooo Flower 

Pots. 

Wieder, A 5.00 

Wieder, Bugene i.oo 

Wiener, Jacob 25.00 

Wilson, Ed 5.00 

Wilson, Morris R 10.00 

Winelander, Max i.oo 

Wolf, Albert 10.00 

Wolf, Mrs. Albert 5.00 

Wolf, B 75.00 

Wolf, Clarence 50.00 

Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. L. . . . 5.00 

Wolf, Wm 25.00 

Wolf, Mrs. M. (in memory 

of daughter) .... 
Wolf, Mrs. Wm. P. (Memorial) 

Wood, Charles 

Worthington, L. G 

Yarnell, H. and D. G. . . . 

Young, Wm. 

Zineman & Bro., M. ... 
Pittsbicrg. 
' Aaron, Mr. and Mrs. Louis I. 

and 2 Cows, 1225.00 

Aaron, Mrs. M. Iv 5.00 

Brilles, N 10.00 

Cohen, Aaron 10.00 

Duquesne Lodge No. 218, 

O. B. A 

Eisner, Robert 

Gallinger, Mrs. N 

Hirsh, LB 

Jericho Lodge No. 44, I. O. 

B. B 

Jewish Criterion ..... 

Joseph, Isaac 

Krauskopf, Dr. , Lecture Fee 

Lazarus, David 

Lipman, A. E 25.00 

Pittsburg Plate Glass Co. 12 Boxes 

Glass. 

Rafield, Rudolf 5.00 

Rauh, Marcus 5.00 

Rauh, Mrs. R 50.00 

Rodef Sholem Congregation 50.00 
Saar Sholem Lodge . . 
Schoenfeld, Jacob ... 
Steinfeld, Samuel .... 

Sunstein, A. J 

United Relief Association 

Wolf & Co 50.00 

Pitts ton. 

Brown, A. B 

Plyfnouth. 

Reese, Mrs. Max . . . 
Pottsville. 

Greenwald, G 5.00 



5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
I.oo 
5.00 

Dairy 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5-00 

10.00 

10.00 

5 00 

100.00 

5.00 



10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

100.00 

100.00 



5.00 
5.00 



Quakertown. 

Harley, John, i single set Harness. 

Reading. 

Epstein, Justus 3.00 

Oheb Sholom Cong 25.00 

Scran ton. 

Feuerlicht, Rabbi J 5.00 

Freeman, Jefif. i.oo 

Edwards, Judge 5.00 

Krotowsky, Is. ...... 5.00 

Rice, Simon 10.00 

Statesville. 

Wallace, 1 10.00 

Stroudsburg. 

The Tanite Co. Emery Wheel. 

Sunbury. 

Clement, I. T. Extension Table. 
Oppenheimer, A 5.00 

Titusville. 
B'nai Zion Congregation . . 10.00 

Trainer. 
McElrey, Rev. J. (Memorial) 10.00 

Uniontown. 
Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 

West Chester. 
Sharpless, P. M. Cream Separator. 

Wilkesbarre. 
Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 

Levy, B 5.00 

Livingston, Isaac 10.00 

Salzman, Marcus 5.00 

Willianisport. 
Goldenburg, Henry .... 3.00 
Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 

York. 
Hench & Dromgold. Cross Cut 
Wood Saw. 

Lehmayer, Mrs. M 10.00 

Lehmayer, Stewart (Memorial) 5.00 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Providence. 

Samuel, Jos 5.00 

Westerly. 

PVankenstein, Ignatz . . . 10.00 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Florence. 

Sulzbacher & Sons .... 2.50 

TENNESSEE. 

Chattanooga. 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 

Memphis. 

Cong. Children of Israel . . 25.00 

Harpman, Sol 5.00 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 140.00 

Lehman, Felix 2.00 

Lehman, Julius . . . , , . 2.00 

Morris, Bondy i.oo 



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List of Contributions and Donations. 

(For List of Annual Membeiships see pp. 16 to 25.) 



Nashville. 

Abrams, Jos ^2.00 

Cline, S. N 2.50 

Cobn, Ch 5.00 

Cohn, Nathan, Esq 5.00 

Crone, A. . . . 2.00 

Edelman, F 5.00 

Feustewald, Jos. , 2.00 

Fish, A. . I. GO 

Frankland, Ch 2.00 

Godhelp, J. C 2.00 

Herman, Beiij 10.00 

Hefrman, Wm 5.00 

Hirschberg, I. C 2.00 

Jonas & Co., L 10.00 

Kolsky, A 10.00 

Kornman, L 3.00 

Landsburgher, H 5.00 

Lebeck, M. L 5.C0 

Lefkowitz, J 2.50 

Levy, R. N 5.00 

Levy, S. L 2.00 

Lewinthal, Dr. 1 5.00 

Lewinthal, Isadora .... 10.00 

Lindauer, Jos 5.00 

Loewenheim Bros 5.00 

Lowenstein, L 2.50 

Loveman, Adolph 5.00 

Lusky, Herman . . . 5.00 

Maimonides Lodge, I. O. B. B. 5.00 

Martin, N 2.50 

Mills, Henry M 5.00 

Pritz, Ed 2.50 

Steiman, D 2.00 

Teitlebaum, Henry .... 2.00 

Tugenrich, 1 2.00 

Wasserman, Ben i.oo 

Weil Bros 2.00 

Weil, Harry 2.00 

Wolf, A. E 1.00 

Wolf, Mrs. E I.oo 

Wolf, Lee i.oo 

Dallas. TEXAS. 

Alexander Kohut Lodge No. 

247, O. B. A 5.00 

Friend, Alex 5.00 

Friend, Alex 25.00 

Harris, A 5.00 

Hebrew Benevolent Assoc'n 5.00 

Kahn, EM 5.00 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 

Ladies' Heb. Benev. Assoc'n 2.50 

Morey, CD 5.00 

Ortlieb, Max 2.50 

Reinhardt & Son .... 5.00 

Sanger Bros 50.00 

El Paso. 

Aronstein, S i.oo 

Calisher, J 5.00 

Calisher, Mrs. J i.oo 

Calisher, M i.oo 

Heil, L. N 3.00 

Hell, Mrs. L. N i.oo 



Heil, Miss R. L |i.oo 

Kline, Mrs. A. A i.oo 

Solomon, Adolph 2.00 

Solomon, Mrs. A I.oo 

Fort Worth. 

August, A. and L 5.00 

Goldberg, Herman .... 5.00 
Hirschfeld, E. A 5.00 

Galveston. 

Cohen, Rev. Henry .... 25.00 
Zacbaria Frankel Lodge No. 

242, L O. B. B 5.00 

Houston. 

Lone Star Lodge, I. O. B. B. 10.00 
Levy, Benj 5.00 

Mineola. 

Bromberg, I. G 5.00 

San Antonio. 

Halff, S 25.00 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 125.00 

Sherman. 

Epstein & Co., E 5.00 

Meyer, D 5.00 

Tyler. 
Edw. Lasker Lodge No. 347, 

I. O. B. B 5.00 

Lipstate, J 5.00 

Victoria. 
Levy & Co., A 10.00 

Waco. 
Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 169.00 

UTAH. 

Salt Lake City. 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 100.00 

VERMONT. 

St. Albans. 

St. Albans Foundry Co. Fodder 
Shredder. 

Wallingford. 
Bacheller & Sons Co. Agricultural 
Fork. 

VIRGINIA. 

Richmond. 

Binswanger, Sol 5.00 

Binswanger, Mrs. Sol. . . . 5.00 

Binswanger, Helen .... 5.00 

Binswanger, Miss B 5.00 

Binswanger & Co. Paint. 

Hutzler, Henry 25.00 

Johnson, B. F. Books. 

Millheiser, C. . 20.00 

Millheiser, Mrs. C 5.00 

Raab, C 5-00 

Rabb, E 5-00 

Whitlock, Ph 50.00 

Stau7iton. 

Loeb, Julius 10.00 



List of Contributions and Donations. 

(For I<ist of Auuual Memberships see pp. i6 to 25.) 



41 



WASHINGTON. 

Seattle. 

Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 
Rosenberg, E 

Spokane. 

Bieber, Samuel ...... 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

Wheeling. 
Bonnheim, Rev. B. A. . . . 
Eisenberg, Israel 



; 1 00. 00 
2.50 

5.00 



5.00 
5.00 



WISCONSIN. 

Appleton. 

Gerechter, Rev. E i.oo 

Loeb, ¥ 10.00 

La Crosse. 

Hirschheimer, A. Sulky Plow, 
Smoothing Harrovr, Corn Culti- 
vator, Barrel Cart, Bull-dog Disc 
Harrow, Corn Planter and Books. 

Milwaukee. 

Benjamin, H. M 10.00 

Brunder & Co. Books. 
Freschl, Carl .... 
Hamburger, N. . . 
Isaac Lodge No. 81, I.O 
Shuster, Charles . . 
Tabor, L. L 



10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
2.00 

10.00 



Racine. 

Ideal Specialty Co. 
Pail. 



One Ideal Milk 



WYOMING. 

Cheyenne. 
Krauskopf, Dr., Lecture Fee 

CANADA. 
Montreal. 

Boas, B. A., Esq 

Boas, Misses Paula and Nellie 

Davis, M. B 

Davis & Sons, Messrs. S 

Davis, Mrs. S. . . 

Goldstein, M. A. . 

Lichtenhein, E., Esq, 

Lichtenhein, Mrs. E. 

Loeb, Mrs. Augusta 

Nathan, A 

Prume, Dr. . . 

Rubenstein, Israel, Esq 

Rubenstein, Jake, Esq. 

Rubenstein, M., Esq. 

Rubenstein, R 

Rubenstein, Miss S. . 

Silverman, Miss Elsie 

Silverman, S., Esq. . 

Workman, Mark, Esq 
Toronto. 

Benjamin, A. D. . . . 



SCOTLAND 

Glasgow. 

Burnett, J. W 



SWITZERLAND. 

Rorschach. 

Schoenfeld, M. D 



50.00 
3.00 

25.00 

50.00 
5-00 
1.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
1.00 
1.00 
5-00 
5.00 
5.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

10.00 
5.00 

25.00 



5.00 



List of Publications Donated. 



American Agriculturist. 
American Poultry Journal. 
Bee Gleanings. 
Breeders' Gazette. 
Colman's Rural World. 
Connecticut Farmer. 
Dakota Farmer. 
Doylestown Democrat. 
Doylestown Intelligencer. 
Doylestown Republican. 
Experiment Station Reports and 

Bulletins. 
Farmers' Review. 
Farming. 
Gardening. 
Hoard's Dairyman. 
Jewish Comment. 
Jewish Exponent. 
Jewish Sentiment. 
Journal of Agriculture. 
Justice. 

Kansas City Journal. 
Kansas Farmer. 
Nebraska Farmer. 



New England Homestead. 
North West Horticulturist. 
Ohio Farmer. 
Practical Farmer. 
Press and Horticulturist. 
Reform Advocate. 
Southern P'ield. 
Southern Planter. 

(Donated by Mr Southern.) 
The American Kitchen Magazine. 
The American Stock Farm. 
The Elgin Dairy Report. 
The Evening Paper. 
The Holstein Friesian Regi.ster. 
The Industrialist. 
The Jewish Daily News. 
The Public Ledger. 
The Rural New Yorker. 
The Workman's Paper. 
U. S. Government Reports and 

Bulletins. 
Wallace's Farmer. 
Wisconsin Agriculturist. 
Young Israel. 




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FORM OF LEGACY 

To the NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL, 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

"/ give and bequeath unto the National Farin School., 

Doylestown^ Pa.., the sum of. dollars., 

free from all taxes., to be paid to the Treasurer., for the time 
being., for the use of the institution.'''' 



FORM OF DEVISE 

OF REAL ESTATE OR GROUND RENT 

'''' I give and devise unto the National Farm School., Doyles- 
tozvn.. Pa.., {here describe the property or ground rent)., together 
with the appurtenances., in fee simple., and all policies of insur- 
ances covering said premises., zvhether fire., title or otherwise., 
free from all taxes. ' '